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ROLLS OF THE SOLDIERS 



KEVOLTTTTONAKY WAR, 

1775, TO MAY, 1777: 

WITH AN 

APPENDIX, 

EMBRACING DIARIES OF LIEUT. JONATHAN BURTON. 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE. 



VOLUME I — OF WAR ROLLS. 
VOLUME XIV— OF THE SERIES. 



COMPILED AND EDITED BY 

ISAAC W. HAMMOND, A. M., 

PRESIDENT NEW HAMPSHIRE ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY, MEMBER NEW HAMPSHIRE HISTORICAL SOCIETY- 



"He who takes no interest in the history of his ancestors does not deserve to be 
remembered by his posterity" 



CONCORD, N. H. : 

PARSONS B. COGSWELL, STATE PRINTER. 

1885. 



JOINT RESOLUTION relating to the preservation and publication of portions 
of the early state and provincial records and other state papers of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives iti General Court con- 
vened : 

That his excellency the governor be hereby authorized and empowered, with 
the advice and consent of the council, to employ some suitable person — and fix 
his compensation, to be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appro- 
priated — to collect, arrange, transcribe, and superintend the publication of such 
portions of the early state and provincial records and other state papers of New 
Hampshire as the governor may deem proper; and that eight hundred copies of 
each volume of the same be printed by the state printer, and distributed as fol- 
lows : namely, one copy to each city and town in the state, one copy to such of 
the public libraries in the state as the governor may designate, fifty copies to the 
New Hampshire Historical Society, and the remainder placed in the custody of 
the state librarian, who is hereby authorized to exchange the same for similar 
publications by other states. 

Approved August 4, 1881. 

In accordance with the foregoing resolution, the governor, with advice of the 
council, on the 12th day of October, 1881, appointed and commissioned Isaac W. 
Hammond as " Editor and Compiler of State Papers." 



EDITOR'S PREFACE. 

1136873 

This volume contains the rolls of the soldiers who served in the Revo- 
lutionary War from this state from the beginning of that memorable 
struggle to May, 1777, so far as the same are in the possession of the 
state, or could be procured elsewhere by the editor. They will be of 
great value to town historians, biographers, genealogists, and others who 
are engaged in tracing the history of their ancestors with a purpose to 
place the same in compact and permanent form. 

It is to be regretted that some of the early rolls have not been found. 
If they come to light later, they will be published in a subsequent volume. 

The rolls herein published do not exhibit the entire service rendered 
by some of the men, as some of the regiments were incorporated into the 
regular " Continental Army," and thereafter paid by continental pay- 
masters ; consequently some of the pay-rolls are in the possession of the 
United States government, and are held as vouchers. The muster and 
bounty rolls and regimental returns will, however, give the names once 
each, at least, of nearly all who served subsequent to January, 1776 ; and 
when these rolls, returns, and other documents are all published, the res- 
idences of most of the men can be ascertained, with the help of a com- 
plete index, which has been carefully compiled. 

The large number of letters of inquiry from persons within and with- 
out the state, which have been received by the editor since he com- 
menced the compilation of these rolls, are abundant evidence of a grow- 
ing public interest in the history of our state, and fully sustain the action 
of the governor and council in authorizing their publication under the 
resolution of the legislature of 1S81. 



IV EDITORS PREFACE. 

The editor has been encouraged and sustained in his labor by the 
uniform kindness and favor of His Excellency Samuel W. Hale, and the 
honorable council ; and many other gentlemen from various parts of the 
state, who have visited him, have shown a deep interest in the work, 
and spoken words of counsel and encouragement which have been very 
helpful. 

The publication of the second volume of rolls has been commenced, 
and the work will issue in due time (D. V.). 

HAMMOND. 

Concord, April 15, 18S5. 



GENERAL CONTENTS. 



Indian and French war rolls, 

Capt. Matthew Austin's roll, 1709, . 
" Shadrach Walton's roll, 1710, 
" James Davis's roll, 1712, 

Maj. Paul Mascarine's roll, 171 1, . 

Sir Charles Hobby's roll, 1710-11, 

Capt. John Robertson's roll, 1710-11, 

Maj. Gilbert Abbott's roll, 1710-11, 

Capt. James Abercrombie's roll, 1710-n 
David Pigeon's roll, 1710-n, 
Samuel Templer's roll, 1710-ir, 
James Davis's roll of scouts, 1712, 
Green's and Major Smith's Cos., 
Gilman's, Hill's, and Davis's Cos., 
Gerrish's, Vaughan's, and Phipps's Cos., 
Westbrook's, Gilman's, and Tebbitts's Cos., 
Weeks's Co., ..... 
John Goffe's roll of scouts, 1746, 
Job Clement's Guard, 1748, . 

Enlistment document, Crown Point, 1755, 

Men at Fort William and Mary, 1758, 

Capt. Hercules Mooney's Co., 1758, 

Receipts of men in Canada expedition, 1759, 

Extracts from diary of Capt. Jeremiah Marston 

Roll of Capt. Marston's Co., 1762, . 

" men at Fort William and Mary, 1767, 
" " " 1771-72, 

l772 _ 73? 

1775- 



Revolutionary war rolls, introduction, 
Capt. Reuben Dow's Co., 1775, 
New Ipswich men, Cambridge, 1775, 
Temple men, Cambridge, 1775, 



1762 



1-30 
1 
2 
3 

4 
6 

7 
8 
8 

9 

10 

11-15 

11 

12 

*3 

H 

15 
16 
18 

!9 

20 
20 

22 
24-27 
24 
27 
28 
29 



3 1 
3 2 
33 
35 



VI 



GENERAL CONTENTS. 



Rindge men, Cambridge, 1775, 

Col. James Reed's return, June, 1775, 

Notes on battle of Bunker Hill, 

Killed and wounded at Bunker Hill, 

Letters from Moses Emerson, 1775, 

Maj. Andrew MeClary's loss at Bunker Hill, 

Col. Stark's statl'. May, 1775, . 

StarV rolls of the three regiments, 1775, 

Col. Stark's regiment, pay-rolls August, 1775, 

Capt. Isaac Baldwin's Co., 

14 Elisha Woodbury's Co.. 

" Samuel Richards' s Co., 

" John Moore's Co., 

" Joshua Abbott's Co., 

" Gordon Hutchins's Co., 

" Aaron Kinsman's Co., 

" Henry Dearborn's Co., 

u Daniel Moore's Co., 

" George Reid's Co., 
Col. James Reed's regiment, pay-rolls August, 
Capt. Hezekiah Hutchins's Co., 
Col. Reed's return, June, 1775, 

" " staff pay-roll, 
Capt. H. Hutchins's Co., 

" Jacob Hinds's Co., 

" Levi Spaulding's Co., 

" Ezra Towne's Co., 

" Jonathan Whitcomb's Co., 

" William Walker's Co., . 

" Philip Thomas's Co., 

" Benjamin Mann's Co., 

" Josiah Crosbey's Co., 

u John Marcy's Co., 
Col. Enoch Poor's regiment, muster 
Capt. Winborn Adams's Co., muster-roll, 

" Winthrop Rowe's Co., 

" Philip Tilton's Co., 

" Benjamin Titcomb's Co., 

" James Norris's Co., 

11 Henry Elkins's Co., receipt, 

" Richard Shortridge's Co., 
Col. Poor's star]*, pay-roll Aug. 1 
Capt. Winborn Adams's Co., . 

44 Jonathan Wentworth's Co. 

" James Norris's Co., 

" Winthrop Rowe's Co., . 

11 Samuel Oilman's Co., 



1775; 



*775 



and pay-rolls, Aug., 



*775' 



35 
38 

39 

42-44 

45 
46 
46 
48,49 
5o-75 
50 
52 
55 

57 
60 

63 
66 
6S 
70 

73 
76-106 

76 

78. 79 

80 

8r 

34 
87 
89 
92 

95 
98 

IOO 
I02 
IO4 
IO7-I5I 
IO7 
IO9 
112 
II 4 
Il6 
Il8 
II 9 
121 
122 
125 
128 
131 

J 34 



11S, 



GENERAL CONTENTS. 



Vll 



Capt. Henry Elkins'sCo., 
" Benjamin Titcomb's Co. 
" Jeremiah Clough's Co., 
" Philip Tilton's Co., 
" Richard Shortridge's Co. 
Col. John Stark's regiment, provisional returns, 1775 
Quartermaster Henry Parkinson's account of rations issued to 
Stark's regiment, ....... 

Quartermaster Joseph Fogg's account of rations issued to Poor' 

regiment, 

Quartermaster Isaac Frye's account of rations issued to Reed 
regiment, ...... 

List of men enlisted in the artillery, 1775, 
Artillery men's receipts, .... 

Capt. Henry Elkins's Co., receipts, 
Col. Timothy Bedel's regiment, muster-rolls 1775, 
Bedel's Co. of rangers, receipt, 
Staff roll, corps of rangers, 1775, 
Col. Bedel's rangers, pay-roll, 
Capt. James Osgood's Co., pay-roll 1775? 
" muster-roll, 

" receipt, 

John Parker's Co., pay-roll, 1775, 
" muster-roll, 

" receipt, 

" dates of arrival home, 

Col. John Stark's regiment, receipts October, 1775, 
Capt. George Reid's Co., 
" Daniel Moore's Co., 
u Henry Dearborn's Co., 
" Aaron Kinsman's Co., 
" Gordon Hutchins's Co., 
" Joshua Abbott's Co., 
" Thomas McLaughlin's Co., 
" Samuel Richards's Co., . 
" Elisha Woodbury's Co., 
" John Hale's Co., . 
" Gordon Hutchins's Co., 
Col. Enoch Poor's regiment, receipts October, 1775. 
Capt. Winborn Adams's Co., . 
" Jonathan Wentworth's Co., 
" James Norris's Co., 
Winthrop Rowe's Co., 



Samuel Gilman's Co., 
Henry Elkins's Co., 
Benjamin Titcomb's Co. 
Jeremiah Clough's Co., 



137 
140 

H3 

146 
149 
J 52 

*53 

r 54 

!55 
156 
l 57 

161 
162 
1 63 
166 
169 
170 
171 
174 

*75 

177 
178-186 
178 
179 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 

183 
184 

1S5 
186 
187-197 
187 
188 
189 
189 
191 
191 
192 

i93 



Vlll 



GENERAL CONTENTS. 



Capt. Philip Tilton's Co., 
" Richard Shortridge's Co., 

Col. James Reed's regiment, receipts October, 1775 
Capt. Hezekiah Hutchins's Co., 

" Jacob Hinds's Co., 

" Levi Spaulding's Co., . 

" Ezra Towne's Co., 

" Jonathan Whitcomb's Co., . 

" William Walker's Co., 

" Philip Thomas's Co., 

" Benjamin Mann's Co., 

" Josiah Crosby's Co., . 
N. II. men in Quebec expedition, editorial note, 
Capt. Henry Dearborn's Co., 

" Samuel Ward's Co., 

" Dearborn's Co., pay-roll, 

" " wages due, . 



Rolls of troops engaged 

1775, • 
Lieut. James Parr's Co., 
Capt. John Calef's Co., 
" Richard Dowe's Co., 
" Benjamin Butler's Co., 
" Abraham French's Co., 
14 Robert Crawford's Co., 
" Titus Salter's Co., 
" Samuel Hayes's Co., 
" Thomas Berry's Co., 
" Mark Wiggins' s Co., . 
'* Nathaniel Hobbs's Co., 
" Henry Elkins's Co., 
" Moses Yeaton's Co., 
" Nicholas Rawlings's Co. 
4t Cutting Cilley's Co., 
" James Hill's Co., 
** Joseph Clifford's Co., . 
" David Copp's Co., 
" Smith Emerson's Co., . 
" David Place's Co., 
^ John Hill's Co., 
4 ' Alpheus Chesley's Co., 
Caleb Hodgdon's Co., 
u Stephen Hodgdon's Co., 
Lieut. Thomas Bragdon's Co., 
Capt. Robert Ford's Co., 
• l Robert Follett's Co., 
" .Samuel Mclntyre's Co., 



the defence of Piscataq 



ua Harbor 



202. 
203, 



196 
19S-208 
198 
199 
200 
201 
203 
204 
205 
206 
207 
209 
210 

213 
214 
217 

223-240 
223 
224 
225 
225 
226 
226 
227 
228 
228 
229 
229 
229 
230 
231 
231 
232 

232 

232 

233 
234 
234 
235 
235 
236 
236 
237 
237 
238 



GENERAL CONTENTS. 



IX 



Capt. Noah Littlefield's Co., 

Dr. Hall Jackson's Artillery, 

Capt. George Jerry Osborne's Co., 

Men in Fort Sullivan Nov. 5, 1775, 

N. H. men at Winter Hill, editorial note, 

Col. Burnham's return, Winter Hill, Dec. 1775, 

Capt. Benjamin Taylor's Co., " " 

Conway soldiers, June 10, 1775, 

Capt. Archelaus Towne's Co., 1775, 

" Joseph Parson's Co., 1775, 
Account of shoes issued to Stark's 

iments, 1775? 
Capt. Henry Elkins's Co., Fort Washington, 
Return of troops in N. H., Dec. 6, 1775, 
Dunbarton return, .... 



Reed's, and Poor's reg 



1776. 

North Hampton recruits, .... 

Capt. Turner's Artillery, .... 

Colonels of militia regiments, 
Capt. Titus Salter's roll, Fort Washington, 

" Eliphalet Daniels's roll, Fort Sullivan, . 

" Ebenezer Dearing's roll, Portsmouth, 
Col. Thomas Stickney's regiment, officers names, 
Col. Bedel's regiment, pay-rolls, etc., 
Capt. Joseph Estabrook's Co., 

" Daniel Carlysle's Co., . 

" Jason Wait's Co., 

" Daniel Wilkins's Co., . 

" Ebenezer Green's Co., . 

" James Osgood's Co., 

"■ Edward Everett's Co., . 

" Samuel Young's Co., 
Lists of men in Bedel's regiment June 24, 1776, 

" absentees Bedel's regiment, July 22, 1776, 
Officers in Bedel's regiment, receipts, 
Return of officers in Col. Joseph Badger's regiment of militia 

March 5, 1776, . . . . 

Return of officers in Col. Benjamin Bellows, Jr. 's, regiment o 

militia, March 15, 1776, 
Dover soldiers in continental army, 
Concord soldiers " " 

Return of men in Capt. Nathan Brown's Co., 

" " Timothy Clement's Co., 

Wilton men in continental army, . 
Muster-roll of Capt. Joshua Abbott's Co., 



238 
239 
239 
240 
240 
242 

244 
246 

246 
247 

248 
252 

253 
254 



255 
255 
256 

257 
259 
260 
261 

262-296 
262 
263 
264 
266 

267, 270 

273 
279 
281 
287 
291 
295 

296 

297 

298 

299 
299 
301 

303 
303 



GENERAL CONTENTS. 



77 6 > 



Return of absentees of Poor's regiment, . 
Return of sick of Poor's regiment, 
Col. Isaac Wy man's regiment, July, 1776, 
Capt. William Harper's Co., 

'• William Stillson's Co., 

" James Shepherd's Co., 

" Capt. John Drew's Co., muster-roll, 

" Samuel Wctherbee's Co., " 

" Joseph Dearborn's Co., " 

Lieut. Timothy Worthly's Co., " 

Capt. Joseph Chandler's Co., " 

" Joseph Parker's Co., 

" William Barron's Co., 
Col. Joshua Wentworth's return, 
Col. Joshua Wingate's regiment, July 
Capt. David Quinby's Co., 

" James Arnold's Co., 

" Daniel Emerson's Co., . 

" John Nesmith's Co., 

" Samuel Nay's Co., 

" Simon Marston's Co., . 

" William Humphrey's Co., 

" William Barron's Co., 

" Joseph Badger's Co., 
Col. Joseph Badger's letter and return, July, 
Col. Pierse Long's regiment, August, 1776, 
Capt. Caleb Hodgdon's Co., 

" Mark Wiggin's Co., 

" John Brewster's Co., 

" John Calfe's Co., 

" Nathan Brown's Co., 

" Timothy Clement's Co., 

" Josiah Russell's company of rangers, 
Col. Thomas Tash's regiment, September, 1 
Capt. Nathan Sanborn's Co., 

" Daniel Gordon's Co., 

" Jonathan Robinson's Co., 

" John Calfe's Co., .... 

" William McDuflee's Co., 

li Smith Emerson's Co., 

" Daniel Runnels's Co., 

" William Prescott's Co., 
Col. Nahum Baldwin's regiment, September. 
Capt. Philip Putnam's Co., 

" William Read's Co., . 

" Abijah Smith's Co., 

44 John House's Co., 



77^ 



776i 



1776. 



307 

309 

3"-33 8 

3 ir 
3^3 

316-318 
321 
324 
327 
329 
33o 
332 
335 
333 

339"3 6 3 
34° 
343 
34^ 
347 
35o 
352 
355 
353 
361 

3 6 4 

3 6 7~393 

3 6 S> 374 

3 6 9^ 377 

37 i» 3 S 4 
380 

3S7 

39° 

394 

396-415 

397 

399 
401, 414 

404 

406 

408 

410 

4i3 
416-434 

416 

418 

420 

422 



GENERAL CONTENTS. 



XI 



Capt. Samuel McConnelPs Co., 

" John Houghton's Co., 

" Benjamin Emery's Co., 

" John Moody's Co., .... 
Col. David Gilman's regiment, December, 1776 
Capt. Francis Towne's Co., .... 

" William Walker's Co., 

" Joshua Hay ward's Co., 

" Samuel Wallingford's Co., . 

" Joseph Parsons's Co., .... 

" Daniel Gordon's Co., .... 

u Benjamin Sias's Co., .... 

u Samuel McConnelPs Co., 
Miscellaneous documents, 1776, 
Capt. Jeremiah Eames's men, order, 

" Samuel Wetherbee's men, list, 
Recommendations for field officers, 
Capt. Joshua Abbott's Co., receipt, 

" William Stillson's Co., pay-roll, . 
Return of men in First N. H. Regiment, with residence 
Petition of Capt. Salter's men, 
Return of Somersworth soldiers, 
Capt. Jeremiah Eames's scouts, pay-roll, 
Men in Quebec expedition, in part, 
Return of men raised in Col. Josiah Bartlett's regi 

August, 1776, 

Officers in Col. John Waldron's regiment, 
Petition from men taken at the Cedars, . 
Appointment of men to be raised September, 1776 
Recommendations for field officers, 
Petition from men at Fort Sullivan, 
Service performed by New Hampshire in 1776, editorial 
Col. Pierse Long's regiment, pay-rolls January, i777» 
Capt. Abraham Perkins's Co. 

" Ebenezer Dearing's Co., 

" Timothy Clement's Co., 

" John Calfe's Co., 

" Mark Wiggin's Co., 

" Nathan Brown's Co , 

" John Brewster's Co., 



ment 



424 
426 
429 

43 2 
435-462 

436 

438 
442-444 

446 
448, 449 

45 1 * 45 2 
454. 455 

45 6 ^ 457 
463-481 

4 6 3 
4 6 3 
464 
465, 466 
467 
468 
472 

473 
473 

474 

475 
476 
476 
478 

479 
480 
480 
482-510 
498, 501 
484, 499 
486, 508 
489, 500 
492, 502 
494, 506 
496, 504 



1777. 

Col. Pierse Long's regiment as paid for their march to Ticon- 

deroga, February, 1777, ...... 51 1-52 1 

Capt. Ebenezer Dearing's Co., ...... 511,518 

" Timothy Clement's Co., 512, 513 



Xll 



GENERAL CONTENTS. 



Capt. John Calfe's Co., 

" Mark Wiggins's Co., . 

" Nathan Brown's Co., . 

11 John Brewster's Co., . . . . . 51 

" Abraham Perkins's Co., 
Col. David Oilman's regiment, final pay-rolls, 
Capt. Francis Towne's Co., .... 

" William Walker's Co., 

" Benjamin Sias's Co., .... 

" Daniel Gordon's Co., .... 

" Joseph Parson's Co., .... 

" Samuel McConnell's Co., 

" Samuel Wallingford's Co., 

" Joshua Hay ward's Co., 
Miscellaneous documents, .... 
Haverhill return, May, 1 777' 
Salisbury return, March, 1777, 
Capt. Stillson's men, order, .... 
Petition from soldiers at Fort Washington, 
Order to Capt. John Haven, .... 
Capt. John Haven's Co., for guarding prisoners, 
Roster of officers in the three continental regiments April 

*777, 

Apportionment of men to fill up the same, 
Roll of Capt. James Carr's Co. with residences 

" Benjamin Titcomb's Co., with residences, 

Three years men enlisted from 4th militia regiment from Exe 

ter, New Market, Epping, Brentwood, and Poplin, 
Three years men enlisted from Col. Stickney's regiment, 
" " Col. McClary's regiment, 

" " Col. Nichols's regiment, 

Col. Enoch Hale's return, .... 
Enlistments from Col. Thornton's regiment, . 
Col. Joseph Badger's return, 
Enlistments from Col. John Webster's regiment 

" " Col. Bartlett's regiment, 

Capt. Asa Richardson's return, Pelham, 
Lieut. Joseph Emery's return, Pembroke, 

" Samuel Bradford's return, 
Col. John Webster's return, . 
Capt. Cutting Cilley's Co., order, . 
Lieut. James Gould's return, Hollis, 
First N. H. Continental Regiment, 1777, pay-rolls 
Capt. Isaac Farwell's Co., 
" Jason Wait's Co., 
" Amos Emerson's Co., . 
" Amos Morrill's Co., 



5H» 5 l 9 

516, 519 

-517,519 
518, 520 

55 2 -544 
524 

527, 545 

5 2 9> 545 
532 

534> 545 
537 
54o 
542 

545-5 6 o 
546 

548 
54S 
549 
55° 
55* 

556 

559, 560 

562 

5 6 3 

565 
57o 

57^ 
575 

579 

5 So 

5S2 

5S5 
58S 
5S8 
5S9 
589 
589 
590 
591-614 
592 

595, 599 
600 
601 



GENERAL CONTENTS. 



Xlll 



Capt. Ebenezer Frye's Co., 

" James House's Co., 
Lieut. Thomas Simpson's men, 
Capt. Nathaniel Hutchins's Co., 

" William Scott's Co., 
Second N. H. Continental Regiment, 1777, 
Capt. James Norris's Co., 

" John Drew's Co., 
James Carr's Co., 
Frederick M. Bell's Co., 
Caleb Robinson's Co., 
William Rowell's Co., 
Elijah Claye's Co., 
Samuel Blodgett's Co., 

" Benjamin Titcomb's Co., 
Third N. *H. Continental Regiment 
Capt. Isaac Frye's Co., . 

" Richard Weare's Co., . 

" John Griggs's Co., 

" Zachariah Beal's Co., . 

" Michael McClary's Co., 

" Daniel Livermore's Co., 

" Benjamin Stone's Co., 

" James Gray's Co., 
Uncertain what company, 
Petition of Capt. Daniels's men, 
Appendix, .... 
Diary of Lieutenant Jonathan Burton at Winter Hi 
Roll of Capt. Benjamin Taylor's Co., 
Return of Capt. Taylor's Co., Dec. 17, 1775, 
Diary of Lieut. Jonathan Burton, Ticonderoga, 
Roll of Capt. William Barron's Co., 
Index of towns, places, etc., .... 
Index to names of persons, .... 



11, 



604, 606 
607-609 
608 
610, 611 
612, 614 
615-637 

617, 619 
620 

623, 626 
627 
630 
632 

6 34> 635 
636 

638-663 

6 39 
641 

644 

649 

651 

6 53> 655 
656 

659 
662 
663 
665 

66^-68^ 
66? 
680 

690-702 
690 
705 
711 



<H7 ; 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS 



EXPLANATION. 

The figures in brackets at the beginning of each document refer to the volume 
and page of the original manuscript. 



CORRECTIONS. 

Page 24, read Melcher Ward instead of Melcher Wood. 

103, last line but one, read Wilkins instead of Williams. 
146, third line from bottom, read Goss instead of Coss. 
504, read David Ela instead of David Eda. 
518, read George Loud instead of George Lord. 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



ROLLS OF THE MEN WHO WERE ENGAGED IN 
THE FRENCH AND REVOLUTIONARY WARS. 



[The following were copied from manuscript volumes in the office 
of the adjutant-general, the largest portion of which are Revolu- 
tionary War Rolls. A large part of the rolls of the various Indian 
and French wars was published in the adjutant-general's report in 
1866; a few, which have come to light since that volume issued, are 
inserted in this. The figures in brackets at the beginning of each 
document refer to the manuscript volume and page where the 
originals may be found.] 



[1-1] 



[ Captain Matthew Austin's Roll, 1709 ?~\ 



An Acco*. of Men billited by John Walker Steward under the Command 
of Cap* Matthew Austin July 21 to November 14. [Year not given.] 



Cap* : Matthew Austin 
Lieu* : Levenstone 

Ens : Jn° : Blake 
Sar : Jury Barker 
Sar : Jos : Carlisle 



Arthur Bragdon 
John Say wood 
John Brown 
Sam 1 : l^lake 
Jn° : Clefford 
Amos Knowles 
Stephen Palmer 
John ffuller 
John Peckouth 
Joshua Brown 
Sam 1 Nute 

3 



Sar : Jere : Moulton 
Cor : Peter Abbott 
Cor : Abraham Clerk 
Cor: Nath a Whittney 



John Bly 
Jacob Basford 
Sam 1 Healey 
John Leavett 
Rich d Bounds 
Joseph Knight 
Tho s : Avery 
Philip Tole 
Thomas Willey 
Benj a : Davis 
Sampson Richmond 



John Skiffe 
John Skipper 
Thomas Hunter 
Peleck Apituaih 
James Church 
Job David 
M r : W m : Plaisted 
M r : Jn° : Wincol 
John Walker 
Henry Taylor 
Rich d : Cod 



2 FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 

Moses Kim ing Simon Nutes Benj a : Makers 

Barnabas Jandes Rob': Hilliard Daniel Davis 

Joseph Edgerley Simon Smith 

561 1 11 ' of Bread 41^ bush 1 . Pease 

3983"' of Pork 122^ gallons Rum 



By order of his Excellency the Governor 

Jn° Walker. 



Sha d Walton Co 1 



[The foregoing is probably the roll of the men referred to in the 
following vote, which was passed by the council and assembly Dec. 
6, 1709: "Cap*. Austins Muster Roll relateing to the Expedition 
ag*. Canada Am : to 448 lb : 5 s : 8 d . was Allowed in Council And 
Ordered to be paid out of the Treasury " — Ed.] 



£4, 
4' 


i7> 
*7i 


s 

8 


James Leach 
James Nelson 


4> 
4> 
4> 


17. 
x 7' 


8 
8 

8 


Shadrach Wa 


4' 
4^ 


»7i 
*7> 


S 
8 





£4, 

4- 


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J 7> 


8 
8 


£43i 

06. 


J 9> 
0, 








[ I- 5] [Captain Shadrach Walton's Roll, about 171 0.~] 

A muster Roll of Soldiers In her Majesties Service on alate Expedition 
Eastward under the Comand of Shadrach Walton Captaine. viz. 
• from Decb r 15 to Apr 1 9 th being in all 16 weeks and 2 days each Viz 1 

Jethro Bickford 

W" Sanderson 

John Clifford 

Isaac Philbrook 

John Norrice 

James Bassford 

James Rawlins 4, 17, 8 -^-49* 



[1-6] [Roll of Col. Shadrach Walton's Men, I7I0.~] 

A list of Men billeted bv Sam 11 Penhallow Comiss 1 Under The Command 
of V Col : Walton 

Col Walton Corp : Grey Natt Mendum 

Cap 1 Davison Corp : Jones Pumfry Whitehouse 

Ensighn Palmer Corp : Sheperd Eben : Tuttle 

Sarg* Stubbs Corp : Sleeper Sam 11 Corson 

Sarg* Hanson Jou 11 Clark Calib Swain 

Sarg* Scott Nic" Dunn W'" Waymouth 

Sarg 1 Sinkler Benj Jones Natt Maxfeild 



Jon a Smith 
Tim Blake 
Holdrige Kelly 
Natt Bachelder 
John Perkins 
Rich d Hamock 
Nehemiah Levet 
John Bean 
John Drisco 
W m Powell 
Sam 11 Rollings 
W m 

Philip Duty 
Eben Philbrook 
Abel Peavy 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 

Rich d Blancher 
John Hobbs 
Daniel Ladd 
Roland Thomas 
Natt. Hawkins 
Thos Crocket 
Jon a Whitton 
Rob* Welch 
Tim Conner 
Philip Spenlow 
Elias Purington 
Sam 11 Still 
Benf Tubbs 
Carter Gilman 

[Signed.] 



John Brian 
John Twomley 
Cap* Wincol 
Sam 11 Penhallow 
John Chubbet 
Dominicus Jordan 
W m Marshall 
Tho : Bachelder 
Tho : Mastin 
Humfry Scamon 
Cornelius Camble 
Cha : S inkier 
Sain 11 Carr 
Rob 4 Row 

Sha d Walton 

Sam 11 Penhallow Jun r 



[The account is for 64 men from July 21 to Nov. 8, and for 10 
men from that time to Nov. 14. The year was not mentioned, but 
it was probably 1710, on the expedition against Port Royal, which 
resulted in the capture of that place. — Ed.] 



[-7] 



[ Captain J 'antes Davis's Roll, iyi27\ 



Secondly for 2 : men Persuant by y e Cornerall 8 order to march under y e 
Command of Cap" James Davis from y e 15 th of may 1712 untell ye 12 
of October. 



Joseph Roberts : junr : 


14 


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Benj n Croumell 


15 


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H 


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Jobe Clements 


11 


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Richard Cenney 


i5 


Days 


Samuel Willy 


9 


Days 


Benj n Varney 


15 


Days 


Nathaniel Robberts 


10 


Days 


Jeremiah Rollins 


9 


Days 


John Randoll 


10 


Days 


Nathaniel Young 


9 


Days 


Samuel Tebbets 


16 


Days 


Phillip Yeaton 


11 : 


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Nicholas Harford 


9 


Days 


Job Hurey 


11 


Days 


Thomas Cenney 


7- 


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John Robberts 


10 : 


Days 


Samuel Nute 


7 


Days 


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10: 


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6 


Days 


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10 


Days 


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7- 


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10 : 


Days 


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6 


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14: 


Days 


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6 


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John Randoll 


14: 


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1 


: Day 


Thomas Bickford 


15- 


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Benj n Peirce 




1 Day 



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[I-IO] 



[Sir Charles Hobby's Roll, 1710-11.'] 



A Muster Roll of Sir Charles Hobby* Col. his Company of New England 
Troops, During its being at Annapolis Royal, in her Majesties Service, 
from the 10th. of October 17 10, to the 10th. of October 171 1. 





The Time of Death 


Days in 




or Desertion 


Service 


Ser- j Ebenezer Boltwood 




3 6 5 


jeants ( Amiel Weeks 


Dec. Nov. 12 


33 


Corpo- f John Stanley 


Run Apr. 20 


192 


rals \ Nathaniel Tregowith 




365 


Drum James Carleton 




365 


John Bushel 




365 


James Wood 


Dec. Jan. 22 


104 


James Wright 




3 6 5 


John Morail 




365 


Joseph Glasier 




365 


Clement Sway 




365 


Samuel Williams 




3 6 5 


Thomas Wyman 




365 


Joseph Ghizon 


Dec. Feb. 20 


J 33 


Andrew Walker 




365 


Benjamin Provinder 


Dec. Jan. 20 


102 


Benjamin Worth ilake 


Run Apr. 20 


192 


Samuel Brown 


Run Apr. 20 


192 


Josiah Cowsins 


Dec. Mar. 2 


142 


Moses Cutting 


Dec. Feb. 20 


T 33 


Joseph Wood 


Dec. Jan. 8 


90 


John Mansfield 




365 


Thomas Phipps 




365 


Jeremiah Hugh 




3 6 5 


Duncan Redland 


Run Apr. 20 


192 


Joseph Adams 


Dec. Feb. 22 


*35 


Jonathan Provinder 




365 


Gershom Wampum 


Dec. Feb. 14 


127 


Mash on Fisk 




365 



* Sir Charles Hobby was a son of William Hobby, of Boston. He was knighted for brave conduct at 

iamaica, en the occasion of an earthquake, in 1692. He aspired to the position of governor, and went to 
England to press his claim, but Joseph Dudley was appointed instead. He died in 1715, insolvent. — Ed. 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



On] 



\_Captain yohn Rober ton's Roll, ijio-it.~\ 



A Muster Roll of Capt. John Robertons Company of New-England 
Troops, During its being at Annapolis Royal, in Her Majesties Serv- 
ice, from the ioth. of October 1710, to the 10th. of October 171 1 





The Time of Death 


Days in 




or Desertion 


Service 


( James Goodman 

, •< Matthew Rowley 
J eants } Thomas White 




365 




3 6 5 
3 6 5 


p ( Peter Stevens 
V < Samuel Shewick 
(Joseph Proctor 


Run Aug. 6 
Dec. April 26 


301 
199 


Run May 1 


204 


Drum Philip Muny 




3 6 5 


Samuel Montague 


Dec. Nov. 3 


2 5 


John Hall 


Dec. Jan. 22 


io 5 


Henry Wickett 


Dec. Jan. 23 


106 


Moses Quickett 


Dec. Feb. 2 


116 


Peter Lane 


Dec. Feb. 4 


118 


Thomas Born 


Dec. Feb. 6 


120 


Thomas Coock 


Dec. Feb. 12 


126 


Joseph Chehoo 


Dec. Feb. 13 


127 


Samuel Major 


Dec. Feb. 18 


132 


James Oliver 


Dec. Feb. 13 


127 


John Skipper 


Dec. Feb. 26 


140 


David Peters Sen 


Dec. Feb. 18 


132 


William Chamlet 


Dec. Feb. 15 


129 


Hut Blackman 


Dec. Feb. 23 


r 37 


Curtis Holloway 


Dec. Feb. 22 


136 


John Stantom 


Dec. Mar. 4 


146 


Samuel Pigeon 


Dec. Mar. 3 


H5 


Nathanael Colliers 


Dec. Mar. 3 


H5 


John Norcott 


Dec. Mar. 5 


147 


John Wanno 


Dec. Feb. 27 


141 


Daniel Nutis 


Dec. Mar. 9 


I 5 I 


Ebenezer Sheares 


Dec. Mar. 10 


x 5 2 


John Suckamugg 


Dec. Apri 9 


182 


John Price 


Dec. Apri 6 


179 


Peter Mansele 


Dec. Apr. 19 


192 


John Michel 


Dec. May 9 


212 


Peter Wilhomet 


Run Nov. 3 


2 5 


Timothy Smith 


Dec. May 14 


217 


Benjamin Goreley 


Tak. June 10 


244 


Caleb Cunnit 


Tak June 10 


244 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 





The Time of Death 


Days in 




or Desertion 


Service 


David Peters Jun. 


Kill'd Jun. 10 


244 


James Chapman 




3 6 5 


Samuel Coll 




3 6 5 


Nicholas Hoskins 




365 


William Davis 




3 6 5 


Joseph Martaile 




365 


William Rock 




3 6 5 


Thomas Gaines 




3 6 5 


James Webber 




3 6 5 


Ebenezer Hunter 




3 6 5 


Thomas Eyres 




365 



[I-I2] 



[Major Gilbert Abbott's Roll, 1710-11.'] 



A Muster Roll of Major Gilbert Abbots Company of New-England 
Troops, During its being at Annapolis Royal, in Her Majesties Serv- 
ice, from the 10th. of October 1710, to the 10th. of October 171 1. 



■ 


The Time of Death 


Days in 




or Desertion. 


Service 


Serjeant. David Rice 


Dec April 20 


I92 


Drum Thomas Woolvin 


Run Jan. 8 


90 


Nathanael Juell 


Dec. April 2 


J 74 


Elias Kves 




365 


Benjamin Notton 


Dec Decern. 3 


54 


Henry Pany 




3 6 5 


William Robins 


Run May 1 


203 


Thomas Robins 


Run Apri 20. 


192 


Deliverance Sparks 


Dec. Mar. 22 


163 


John Wheat 


Dec. Mar. 17 


158 



[ I-I 3] [Captain James Abercrombie's Roll, ifio-ii.~] 



A Muster Roll of Capt. James Abercrombeis Company of New-England 
Troops, During its being at Annapolis Royal, in Her Majesties Serv- 
ice, from the 10th. of October 1710. to the 10th. of October 171 1. 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 





The Time of Death 


Days in 




or Desertion 


Service 


Ser- J William Adams 
jeants. \ Andrew Durgy 


Run Mar. 20 


l6l 




3^ 


Drum Daniel Dove 


Run May 1 


203 


Samuel Russel 


Dec. Mar. 5 


I46 


Annan Parker 


Dec April 20 


202 


Jasper Wymon 




3 6 5 


Christopher Mastin 




3 6 S 


Edward Stevens 




3 6 5 


Francis Therold 




3 6 5 


Benjamin Ireland 




3 6 5 


John Maddox 




3 6 5 


Robert Hughs 




3 6 5 


Samuel Pike 




3 6 5 


William Cox 


Dec. Mar. 25 


165 


John West 


Dec. Apr. 12 


184 


Robert Peirce 


Dec. Apri 1 


I 73 


Thomas Undewood 


Dec. Apr. 10 


182 


Benjamin Johnson 


Dec. Apr. 8. 


180 


William Amnions 


Run Apr. 20 


192 


William Chubb 


Run Aug. 6 


300 



[.-14] 



[Captain David Pigeon's Roll, iyio-11.^ 



A Muster Roll of Capt. David Pigeons Company of New-England 
Troops, During its being at Annapolis Royal, in Her Majesties Serv- 
ice, from the 10th. of October 17 10. to the 10th. of October 171 1. 





The Time of Death 


Days in 




or Desertion 


Service 


c • * f Elisha Johnston 
J * | Nathanael Johnston 


Run Mar. 26 


3^ 
167 


Corporals 1 J ohn StockbrId g e 
F ' l Moses Stockbridge 


Run Jan. 24 


3 6 5 
106 


Drum Isaac Parker 




365 


Joseph Coockery 


Dec April 12 


184 


Jonathan Eaton 


Dec. Mar. 26 


167 


Daniel Patten 


Run May 1. 


203 


Samuel Woodbury 




365 


William Hopkins 




365 


Thomas Blancher 




365 


Thomas Frost 




3 6 5 



IO 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 





The Time of Death 


Days in 




or Desertion 


Service 


Robert Vernon 


Dec. May 9 


211 


Barnabas Cook 




3^ 


William Johnston 




3 6 5 


Joseph Hill 


Dec. Jan. 26 


108 


Samuel Speer 


Run Mar. 26 


l 57 


Joseph Walker 


Dec. April 1 


i73 



C I_I 5] [Captain Sa??zuel Templer's Roll, iyiO-u.~\ 

A Muster Roll of Capt. Samuel Templers Company of New-England 
Troops, During its being at Annapolis Royal, in Her Majesties Serv- 
ice, from the 10th. of October 1710. to the 10th. of October 1711. 





The Time of Death 
or Desertion 


Days in 
Service 


( Christopher Hall 
Serjeants. < John Cooke 

( Thomas Hunt 


Dec. 
Dec. 


July 2 
June 10 


265 
243 

3 6 5 


( George Cary 
Corporals. ■< Nathanael Bragg 


Dec. 


Mar. 18 


3 6 5 
l S9 


( William Freeman 


Dec. 


June 27 


260 


Drum Ebenezer Howard 






3 6 5 


John Gulty 
Ebenezer Watson 


Dec. 


Mar. 29 


170 
365 


John Coleman 
Jeremiah Allen 


Dec Feb. 2^ 


365 
128 


John Adams 
Isaac Allen Sen. 


Dec. 


Mar. 26 


365 
167 


Isaac Allen Jun. 


Dec. 


Feb. 16 


129 


John Bloye 
Richard Clay 
Samuel Coomes 


Dec. 


Feb. 26 


365 
365 
1 39 


Esar Joel 
Simon Jallen 


Dec. 
Dec. 


Aug. 24 
Mar. 1 


3i8 
142 


Josiah Keconomah 


Dec. 


Mar 7 


148 


Benjamin Piasett 


Dec. 


Mar 4 


H5 


Robert Sackomy 


Dec. 


Mar. 9 


I 5° 


Ephraim Signout 


Dec. 


Feb. 24 


*37 


Nicholas Pickoway 


Dec. 


Feb. 9 


122 


Obadiah Tocoulin 


Dec. 


Mar. 9 


l 5° 


John Chin alias Brightman 
Elias Upsin 


Dec. 
Dec. 


Sep. iS 
Feb. 13 


353 
126 


John Sanders 






3 6 5 


Toby Tocousen 


Dec. 


Mar. 9 


1 5° 


John Comfort 


Dec. 


Sep. 4 


329 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



II 



[1-16] \_Roll of a Scouting- Party under the command of Capt. yames 

Davis, 1712. ~\ 

A Muster-Roil of the Souldiers Under My Comand In A Scout 171 2 



MENS NAMES 



Time of 
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ws. ds. 



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ws. as. 



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Compa : 

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Benjamin Dow 
Robert Moulton 
Joshua Brown 
Stephen Sanborne 
Job Chapman 
Israel ffolsam 
Jonathan Dearborne 
Henry Dow 
John Garland 
Joseph Brown 
John Wedgwood 
Simon Dow 
Joshua Tole 
John Blake 
Tho : Dearborne 
Ed w Shaw 
Nath : Drake 
Abraham Libee 
John Douse 
Joseph Moulton 
Josiah Moulton Jun r 
David Moulton 
Timothy Dalton 
Sam 11 Dearborne 
Rich d Taylor 
Abraham Moulton 
Anthony Crosbee 
Icabod Robey 
Ebenezer Dearborne 
Dearborne 
William Lane 
Sam 11 Batchelder 
William Stanford 
Joseph Lock 
Edmond Rand 



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12 
1 2 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



Robert Mason 


2 






12 




Jacob Garland 


2 






12 




Daniel Lampree 


2 






12 




James Perkins 


2 






12 




Moris Leavit 


2 






12 




John Dearborne 


2 






12 




Tho : Leavit 


2 






12 




Ed w Tuck 


2 






12 




James Perkins Jun r 


2 






12 




John Towle 


2 






12 




Edward Palmer 


2 






12 




Tho : Elkins 


2 






12 




James Leavit 


2 






12 




Henry Dearborne 


2 






12 




Rich d Simons 


2 






12 




William Moulton 


2 






12 




William Vitoom 


2 






12 




Samuel Brown 


2 






12 




Stephen Page 


2 






12 




John Smith 


2 






12 




Tho : ffuller 


2 






12 




James Perkins 


2 






12 




Cap* Greens Compa : 






37 


12 




Jona : Prescot 


3 






18 




Nath : Hely 


3 






iS 




Jona : Gove 


3 






[8 




Bonus Norton 


3 






18 




Thomas Ward 


3 






iS 




Robert Roe Jun r 


2 


2 




13 


8 


Sam 11 Cliford 


2 


2 




13 


8 


David Tilton 


2 


2 




^3 


8 


Daniel Beane 


2 


2 




13 


8 


Jacob Brown 


2 


2 




13 


8 


John Eaton 


2 


2 




13 


8 


John Green 


2 


2 




13 


8 


John Prescot 


2 


2 




13 


8 


Joshua Prescot 


2 


2 




13 


8 


Sam 11 Melcher 


2 


2 




13 


8 



12 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 



Cha : Stuard 

Benj' 1 Green 
John Morgan 
Israel I ) lake 
Israel Cliford 
Philemon Blake 
Timothy Blake 
Rich' 1 San borne 
Joseph Swett 
Daniel Weare 
Benja Cram 
Caleb Swain 
Ed w Swain 
Ed w Sanborne 
Rob 1 Roe 
W m Sanborne 
Peter Sanborne 
John Batchelder 
John ffrench 
John Brown 
Jon a : Batchelder 
Hez : Sleeper 
Rob 1 Wadleigh 
Edmond Johnson 
John Davis 
Amos Cass 

Cap* Nick Gilrnan* 

Joseph Taylor 

1 no : Lary 
Sam 11 Scrivner 
Nath : Smith 
Clem 1 : Moodey 
Sam" Dudley 
Joseph Tiling 
Sam 11 Dolhoof 
Jer : Conner 
Daniel Young 
Joseph Lawrence 
Jer : Folsam 
Moris Oilman 
Joshua Oilman 



Time of 
Srrvic- 
ws. ds. 



Wages Due 
£ » d 



26l8 



MENS NAMES 



Rob* Young 
John Beane Tun 1 
Sam" Beane* 
Sam 11 Beane Jun r 
Sealey Leavet 
John Thing 
John Beane 
Jona : Dudley 
Rich' 1 Yourk 
Abra : Folsam 
Nath : Mason 
Alex : Gorden 
Jere : Arendine 
Peter Havey 
Trusterem Cofen 
Eben : Clough 
John Yourk 

From Cap* Hills — 

Searg* Israel Hoit 
John Dam Jun r 
Tho : Bickford 
Ed w Peirce 
Moris Dam 
Andrew Brown 
Joshua Crokit 
Zebulun Trickey 
Isaac Pett 

Jona : Bickford Jun r 
Jona : Hodsden 
Jona : Nutter 
Jona : Cotter 
Nath : Peirce 
Joseph Richards 
Serg' Jn° Bickford 

From Cap* Davis* 

Benja : Mathews 
Moris Davis 
Jeremiah Burnham 
Jona : Thompson 



Time of 
Service 
ws. ds. 



Wages Due 
£ s d 



3 5 
1 6 

3 



3 
3 
1 3 
1 3 



19 



8 

2 

12 

8 

S 

s 

8 
12 
12 
1 1 

In 

2 

J 3! 2 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



13 



MENS NAMES 


Time of 
Service 


Wages Due 


MENS NAMES. 


Time of 
Service 


Wages Due 




ws. (is. 


£ s d 




ws. ds. 


£ s d 


Jona : Chesley 




3 




8 


6 


Nath Pike 


I 


4 




9 


4 
4 


Robert Burnham 




3 




8 


6 


Joseph Meed 


I 


4 




9 

12 


John Chesley 




3 




8 


6 


Michael Whiden 


2 






Eliezer Clark 




3 




8 


6 


Alex 1 ' Dennet 


2 






12 




John Futman 




3 




8 


6 


Rich d Wiberd 


2 






12 




Tho : Rynes 




3 




8 


6 


Moris Ingram 


2 






12 




Timo : Conner 




3 




8 


6 


Ed w Cater 


2 






12 




Rob* Thompson 




3 




8 


6 


Rich d Martyn 


2 






12 




Tho : Stephenson 




3 




8 


6 


John Gilden 


2 






12 




James Davis 




3 




8 


6 


Rob 1 Rutherford 


2 






12 




Sampson Doe 




3 




8 


6 


Peter Man 


2 






12 




Joseph Dudey 




3 




8 


6 


Nath : Jackson 


2 






12 




Cornelious Drisco 




3 




8 


6 


Obadiali Morss 


2 






12 




Benja : Pinner 




3 




8 


6 


James George 


2 






12 




Tho : Drew Jun r 




3 




8 


6 


Tho : Downs 


2 






12 




John Kent 




3 




8 


6 


Jer : Libbe 


2 






12 




Sam 11 Wille 




3 




8 


6 


John Moris 


2 






12 




W m Drew 




3 




8 


6 


Tho : Greely 




5 




4 


2 


W m Pitman 




2 




7 


8 


Rich d Tobey 




5 




4 


2 


John Ambler 




3 




8 


6 


James Gray 


2 






12 




John Rand 




1 




6 


10 


Sam 11 Thomson 


2 






12 




Eliezer Demerret 








6 




W m Fellows 


2 






12 




John Davis 




3 

6 




8 


6 


Henry Benson 


2 






1 3 




Timo Davis 






5 




Caleb Grafton 


2 






12 




Sam 11 Williams 








6 




Antho : Roe 


2 






12 




Icabod ffollit 




4 
4 




9 


4 


W m Cotton 


2 






12 




John Tasket 






3 


4 


Solomon Hughes 


2 






12 

















Sam 11 Brown 


I 






6 




From Cap* Gerrish 






12 


8 


2 


Peter Lebbon 


2 






12 




John Wingate 


I 


5 
1 




10 


2 


Laze : Noble 


2 






12 




Sam 11 Hease 


2 




12 


10 


Joseph Dennet 




2 




1 


8 


James Hanson 


I 


2 




7 
8 


8 


Nich Meed 


2 






12 




Mark Giles 


I 


3 
3 

3 




6 


Tho : Larribee 


2 






12 




John Home 






8 


6 











— 


— 


Joseph Goves 


I 




8 


6 


Cap 1 Phips Compa : 






r 9 


2 


6 


Peter Cook 


2 




12 




Samuel Bennick 


2 






12 




Zach : Nock 


6 


5 


2 




2 


W m Fayrweather 


2 


4 




i5 


4 


W m Home 




3 






6 


Mathew Nelson 
Rich d Langdon 


2 
2 


3 




H 

12 


6 


From Coll: Vaugh- 






5 


10 


10 


Abra : Center 


3 


1 




iS 


10 


ans 












Sam 11 Sherborne 


2 


6 




*7 




Ezek 11 Pitman 


1 


4 




9 


4 


Israel Folsam 




6 




5 




John Jones 


2 


3 




H 


6 


Sam 11 Walker 


2 






12 





14 




FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 












MENS NAMES. 


Time of 
Service 


Wages 


).!-. 


MENS NAMES. 


Time of 
' Service 


Wages Due. 




w- 


di. 


£ 8 


d 




ws. ds. 


£ s d 


Tho : Ay res 


2 






12 




Jabez Bradbnrey 


2 


1 




12 


10 


Sam" Swan 






3 


12 




Jethrow Parsons 


2 


I 




12 


10 


John Thompson 


12 


3 


3 


H 


6 


Aaron Rawlins 


2 


I 




12 


10 


Jncob Basford 


i5 




4 


10 




Abraham Morgan 


2 


I 




12 


10 


Tho : Davis 


H 


2 


4 


5 


8 


Sam 11 Elkins 


2 


I 




12 


10 


Timo : Moris 


ii 


3 


3 


8 


6 


Tho : Powell 


2 


I 




12 


10 












— 


Rich d Preson 


2 


I 




12 


10 


Cap* Westbrooks 






25 


9 


9 


Jon a Norriss 


2 


I 




12 


10 


George Huntriss 


i 


5 




10 


2 


Ed w Beane 


I 


5 




10 


2 


Christo : Noble 


i 


4 




9 


4 
4 


Jeremiah Beane 


I 


5 




10 


2 


Benja : Richards 


i 


4 




9 


John Roberts 


I 


5 




10 


2 


Joseph Hodsden 


i 


4 




9 


4 


\V m Scamon 


I 


5 




10 


2 


Tho : Roe 


i 


4 




9 


4 


John Clark 


I 


5 




10 


2 


Henry Shearborne 


i 


i 




6 


10 


Daniel Smith 


2 


6 




17 




Israel Hoit 


4 

2 


6 


1 


9 

r 7 




Sam 11 Magoon 


2 


1 




12 


10 


John Rackliff 


6 






Joseph Rawlins 


I 


5 




12 


2 


Abram Jones Ring 


I 


5 
4 




[O 


4 
4 











— 


— 


Joseph Farin 


I 




9 


From Cap* Tebbets 






! 7 




6 


John Walinford 






4 


18 


6 


Joseph Roberts 


2 






12 




Rob' Triggs 


2 


5 




16 


2 


Sam 11 Tebbets 


2 






12 




John Quint 


I 


3 




8 


6 


Rich d Kaney 
Benj a Varney 


2 


1 




12 


10 


Allex : Hodsden 


I 


3 




8 


6 


2 


1 




12 


10 


Philemon Door 


6 




1 


16 




Jer : Rawlins 


I 


2 




7 

7 
9 
9 


8 


Sam 11 Pitman 


2 


5 




10 


2 


Nath : Young 


I 


2 




8 


Tho : Roe Jim* 
Ed w Wells 
Sam" Manson 


I 

2 


4 




9 

12 


4 


Phillip Yeaton 
Job Husey 


I 


4 
4 




4 
4 


2 






12 




John Roberts 


I 


3 




S 


6 


W m Hoit 


5 


6 


1 


'5 




John Bnsey 


I 


3 
3 
3 




8 


6 


Moris Davis Jun r 


12 


2 


3 


*3 


.8 


Benedic : Tarr 


I 




S 


6 


Benjamin Lewis 


I 


3 




8 


6 


Benj a Mason 


! 




8 


6 


Benjamin Balcth 




5 




4 


2 


John Ha mock 


2 




12 




Timothy Moris 


I 


3 




8 


6 


John Randall 


2 






12 










— 


— 


— 


Tho : Bickford 


2 


1 




12 


10 


Cap 1 yohn Gilmans 






2 3 


1 




Benjamin Crumell 


2 


1 




12 


10 


Owen Renolds 


3 


4 


1 


1 


4 


Job Clements 


I 


4 




9 


4 


David Smith 


3 


4 


1 


1 




Samuel Wille 


I 


2 




7 


8 


Sam 11 Sinkler 


3 




1 


1 




Nath : Roberts 


I 


3 




8 


6 


Tho : Robeson 


2 


3 




1 1 


6 


John Randell 


I 


3 




8 


6 


John Leavit 


2 






l 3 


cS 


Samuel Tebbets 


2 


2 




J 3 


8 


Tho : Gorden 












Nich: Hartford 


I 


2 




7 


8 


Iithyel Smith 


2 


1 




'5 


4 


Tho : Canney 


I 






8 




Mathew Thompson 


2 


4 




'5 


1 


Samuel Nutter 


I 






6 




Tho : Ilarriss 


2 


i 




12 


.0 


Ed w Cloutman 




6 




5 





FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



<5 



MENS NAMES. 


Time of 
Service 


Wages Due. 


MENS NAMES. 


Time of 
Service 


Wages Due. 




wb. ds. 


£ s d 




ws. ds. 


£ s d 


Samuel Tebbets 


I 






6 




Tho : Emery 


2 






12 




John Tebbets 




3 




2 


6 


Joseph Hill 


2 






12 




Joshua Waymouth 




6 




5 




Tho : Berry 


I 






6 















— 


Walter Meale 


I 






6 




from Cap t Weeks 






12 


IO 


2 


Jona : Berry 


I 






6 




John Berry 


I 


3 




S 


6 


Joseph Marston 


2 






12 




John Johnson 


I 


3 




8 


6 


Joseph Hill 


2 






12 




Sam 11 Neale 


I 


3 




8 


6 


Tho : Berry 


2 






12 




Abraham Harris 


I 


3 




8 


6 


Sam 11 Davis 


2 






1 2 




Alixander Keniston 


I 


2 




7 


8 


Benjamin Dockam 


2 






12 




Benjamin Fox 


I 


2 




7 


8 











— 


— 


John Hinkson 


I 


2 




7 


8 








J 7 


10 


2 


Robert Goss 


3 


I 




18 


IO 


Cap* James Davis 


21 


4 


33 


3 




Sam 11 ffoss 


i 


2 




7 
7 


8 


L* Geo : Walton 


IO 


3 


7 


*7 




Nath : Watson 


i 


2 




8 


L^Trusterem Herd 


7 


2 


5 


10 




Benj a Skillin 


i 


3 




8 


6 










— 


— 


Sam : Haynes 


i 


3 




8 


6 


yames Davis Cap 






46 


10 




Joseph Berry 


1 


3 




8 


6 


Coll Vaugban 8 Com- 












Benj a Maccreess 


i 


5 




IO 


2 


pany Am* to 






l 9 


2 


6 


Robert Bryent 


i 


5 




IO 


2 


Cap* Phelps D° 






2 5 


9 


9 


Sam 11 King 


i 


5 




IO 


2 


Cap* Wastbrook 






2 3 


1 




Daniel Davis 


i 


2 




7 


8 


Cap* Jn°Gilman 






l l 




6 


John Dockam 


i 


2 




7 


8 


Cap* Tibbetts 






12 


10 


2 


Tho : Cossin 


i 


2 




7 


8 


Cap* Weeks 






J 7 


10 


2 


W m Foss 


i 


2 




7 


8 


Maj r Smith 






37 


12 




John Neal 


i 


2 




7 


8 


Cap* Green 






26 


18 


8 


John Keniston 


i 


2 




7 


8 


Cap* Nich Gilman 






J 9 


2 


8 


Arnold Brick 


2 






12 




Cap* Hill 






x 3 


2 


6 


Tho : Right 


2 






12 




Cap* Davis 






12 


8 


2 


Joshua Berry 


2 






12 




Cap* Gerrish 






5 


10 


10 


W m Cate 


2 






12 




The Officers 






46 


10 




Rich d Carter 


2 






12 












— 




Christo : Keniston 


2 






12 










2 75 


18 


11 



[The foregoing account was allowed by a vote of the H. of Rep., 
May 9, 1713. Council concurred the same day. — Ed.] 



\6 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



[1-19] \_l\oll of a Scolding Party 2tnde?' jfo/m Goffe, 1746. ,] 

A muster Role of Cap 1 John Goffe and forty four men in Scouting from 
the 24 th of aprill 1746 to the 19 day may following 



MENS NAMES 



John goffe Com' 1 . 
Nath 1 Smith Liet 
Phillip Banders Sarg 
Wm Walker Sarg 
Corp Phillip Kimball 
C James Stick nee 
Cle r Sam 1 Harriman 
Cent. Ezekiel Diamond 
Humphrey Clough 
Sam 1 gould 

John harvy 
tho 8 greenfield 

Jon" Currier 
Stephen Mood 

Jos: gile 
Josiah heath 
Sam 1 Heath 

Abner Wheeler 

Nath el Watts 

Josiah Kent 

Solom" goodwill 

Ed m d Morse 

Jonath" Stevens 

Lemuel tucker 

Ebcner Martin 

John Johnson 

thomas Wyman 

Benoni Rowell 

John bastings 

halbert morrison 

James vance 

william M c adams 

thomas Rodgers 

Robart alexander 

William Meken 

James Anderson 

Joseph Calf 

John Sargent 

william Craford 



Day of 

Entring. 



24- 

E 


-ap r 



2v 


-D° 


24- 

28- 




26- 


-D° 


26- 


-D° 


2v 


-D° 


2S- 


-D° 


25- 
26- 


-D° 
-D° 


26- 


-D° 


26- 


-D° 


26- 


-D° 


26- 


-D° 


26- 


-D° 


26- 


-D° 


26- 


-D° 


26- 


-D° 


26- 


-D° 


27- 


-D° 


27- 


-D° 


27- 


-D° 


27- 


-D° 


27- 


-D° 


27- 


-D° 


27 


D° 


27 


D° 


27 


D° 


27 


D° 


27 


D° 


27 


D° 


28 


D° 


28 


D° 


28 


D° 


28 


D° 


i may 
1 D° 


1 


D° 



Days of 
Discharge. 



20 may 



Days 

in Serve 



27 : 55 

26 : 40 

25 : 37 
26: 37 

22 : 33 

24: 33 
25: 3° 

26 : 30 

26 
26 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
24 
24 

24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 

24 
24 
23 
23 
23 
23 
20 
20 
20 



,'hok 



,-ages 



12 
l8 
13 
14 

5" 

8 
6 

7 

7 

7 
6 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



17 



MENS NAMES 



Joseph Mcfarson 
Sam 1 Boys 
John Cromey 
William Rodger 
James gregg 
James M e Cormack 



Day of 


Ertring. 


I 


D° 


I 


D° 


I 


D° 


I 


D° 


I 


D° 


I 


D° 



Days of 
Discharge. 



Days 
in Serv< 



20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 



Provision 



to Cap goffe for Sarvice in Carring am monitions 



whole wages 




1 : 4i 




1 : 4i 




1 : 4i 




1 : 4i 




1 : 4i 




1 : 4i 


59- 10— 


40- 1 — 


£ 99 _ n_ 


2 : 10: 


£102- 


1 — 



Provision found by the Comanding officer for the whole Scout Equal 
to 1023 days for 1 man is £38 =7:3 
addition for 45 men one day <£i : 13 : 9 

the Commanding officer prays Some allowanc for in Listing the men 
extra or Charge and expence of the Company at portsmouth with some 
time for the men to Return none being included above and Carring 
ammonition 

John GofTe 
Sworn before the house 

Province of N Hampsh r In the House of Representatives May 20 th 
1746 

Voted — That there be allow'd one hundred & two Pounds one Shilling 
in full of this muster Roll for Provisions wages &c to be p'd out of the 
money in the publick Treasury for y e Defence of the Government 

D Peirce Clk 
In Council Eod m Die 

read & Concurrd 

Theod r Atkinson Sec y 
Eod m Die 

Assented to B Wentworth 



i8 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



[1-22] 



\_Captai?i jfob Clemenf s Guard, 1748. .] 



A List of the men under the Command of Cap 1 Job Clement a Gard 
for Rochester & Barrenton — April 7 th 1748. 



Cap 1 Job 


Clement 


June 3 


Elias Talton 


Serg* Sam 1 Heard 


June 8 


( Thomas Wintworth 


Serg 1 Jcrimiah Bradley 




< Jonathan Ricker 


Clerk Moses Tebbets 




(_ James Pirkens 




John Busel 


June 1 1 


James Willkson 




Joshua Pirkins 


June 30 


Edward man 




Phillip Pappon 


July 11 


Joseph Rolings 




Sam 1 Moore 


July 12 


James Pirkins 




Ephraim Berrey 


J ul y 13 


( John Huntres 




Jacob Busel 




•< Joseph Downing 




Thomas Laighton 




( Daniel Bunker 




Ephraim Alley 


J ul ) r H 


Aim Bigford 




Moses Tebbets Sen 1 " 


July 18 


Daniel Canney 




Thomas Canney 


J ul y l 9 


f Ebenezer Nock 




Joshua Tebbets 




\ James Hall 




Isrel Hodgdon 


July 27 


Briant Davis 




Nehemiah Pitman 


Augs 1 5 


C Joseph Dorrins 
-j Moses Ricker 
(Ephraim Ricker 




Sam 1 Hall 






James Stacpole 






Isriel Peirce 


Augs* 8 


Sam 1 Ham 




Moses Veaton 


Augs* 9 


Ebenezer Jons 




Daniel Palmer 


Augs* it 


1 fWill" 1 Hill 


month 


John Hodgdon 




| Edward Burres 


men 


John Ham 




< James Nute 




Sam 1 tobey 




J Moses Pinkham 


may 4 


Nicholas Weeks 




l^ Abraham Place 




Edward man 


Aug 1 29 


\ James Clements 




Joseph Downing 




( Benj a Ricker 




Maj r Greenleafs Negro 


Aug 1 30 


Sam 1 Way mouth 




Peter 


Sep 1 2 


Jacob Allen 


May 16 


John Huntress 


Sep 4 5 


Ichabod Bigford 


May 30 


Daniel Allen 


Sep 1 9 


John Mccoy 


May 31 


f Will'" Jonson 


Sep 1 15 


John Luies 




1 John Levet 


Sep 1 26 


Thomas Ha mack 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



19 



[1-24] [Enlistment Document, 1755. "] 

Province of New Hamp 1 '. 

We the under written Subscribers do hereby Severally Acknowledge 
to have Enlisted our Selves as Private Soldiers to Serve his Majesty King 
George the Second in a Company of foot in a regiment raised or raising 
for an Expedition Now Preparing for building a Fortress in his Majestys 
Dominions at the Southei'ly End of Lake Irequois or Champlain near the 
Place called Crown Point or any other Place or Places within this Province 
— Cutting & Clearing roads, &c a to & from Such Places as Shall be 
ordred the Said regiment to be under the Comand of the Hon ble Joseph 
Blanchard Esq 



When 
Enlisted 


WITNESSES NAME 


VOLUNTIERS NAME 


Blankt 


Gun 
Money- 
old tenor 


Advance 
Wages 


may y e 5 
may y e 

2 

may y e 

gth 


Capt Thomas Wells 
John Webster 
Daniel Roberds 


Joseph ordway 
Orlando Colby 
willm Heath 




8£ 

8£ 
8£ 




may 
y«8 

may 12 th 

13 th 


Daniel Roberds 
Tames Sticknee 


Daniel Hase 
Elias Colby 
James Philbrick 


22£ 

5 £ 


8£ 

I2£ 

io£ 


i3£ 


13 th 


David Copp 


Tacob X Hancock 

his 


5£ 


I2£ 


n£ 


13 th 


David JVPKillips 
Leonard Harriman 


Benjamin Richards 
Jonathan Gile 


*5£ 

Gile bo 

by me but 


inty was te 
he refused 


IO 

\'d to him 
take it. 


14 th 


moses Gile ~) 


Ephraim X Currier 

mark 


5* 


8£ 


i 3 £ 


14 th 


Jethro Sanborn ) 


his 

John X Colby 

mark 


5£ 


I2£ 


i3£ 


19 th 


John Colby 


his 

Benj 11 X Wells 

mark 




8£ 




19 th 
19 th 


John moars 
Bart Heath 


Peter Dowjur 
Philip Wells 


5£ 


8£ 
8£ 


i 3 £ 



20 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



[1-31] 



[ Me?i at Fort William and Maiy, 1758.^ 



A Muster Roll of Officer and Soldiers Posted at His Majestys Forte Will- 
iam & Mary By His Excellency Governor Wentvvorths Orders From 
the iS th Dec r 1757 to the 10 th of may 1758 

Province of New Harnps* 



MENS NAMES 



n .. Wages Time Time of 

Quahty| p r month of Entry 'Discharge 



What Time 

Since Service 



Da yes Whole amo 
Billeting of Wages 



Thomas Bell Esq 1 
Benf Bell 
Clem" Grandey 
Henry Foss 
Jn° Whatson 
Jn° Lange 
W m Brown 
Seser Deckson 







1757 t 


1758 




12-10 — 


Dec r 18 th 


may 10 


Priva* 


4-10— 


d° 18 


d° 10 


d° 


4-10 — 


d° 18 


d° 10 


d° 


4-10 — 


d« 18 


d° 10 


d° 


4-10 — 


d° 18 


d° 10 


d° 


4-10 — 


d° 18 


d° 10 


d° 


4-10 — 


d° 18 


d° 10 


d° 


4-10 — 


d° 18 


d° 10 



5-3- 
5-3- 
5-3- 
5-3- 
5-3- 
5-3- 
5-3- 
5-3- 



143 
143 
143 
H3 
143 
143 
143 
H3 



144 



63-16- 9 
22-19- 7 
22-19- 7 
22-19- 7 
22-19- 7 
22-19- 7 
22-19- 7 
22-19- 7 



To 1 144 Day Billeting the Soldiers (a) 3/- 



,£224-13-10 
171-12- 

396-5-1 o£ 

Province of New Hamps r In the House of Representatives May 10 th 

■758- 

Voted that this Muster Roll Amounting to three hundred & Ninety 
Six pounds five Shillings & Ten pence be Allowed & paid to Thorn 8 Bell 
Esq r Out of money in the Treasury for Defraying the groing Charges of 
the Government by the Tax for Last Year 

Andrew Clarkson Clerk 



In Council Eod m Die read & Concurrd 
Consented to 



Theodore Atkinson Se cy 
B. Wentworth 



[1-32 to 72] 

[Men enlisted by Capt. Hercules Mooney in April, 1758. The 
following is taken from the original enlistment papers, on printed 
blanks, one for each man, one of which is copied entire, and the 
name, birthplace, and age of the soldier abstracted from the others. 
Ed.] 

No. 1. I William Gibbs born in Charlestown in the Massachusetts 
Bay aged 5S Years; by Trade Butcher do acknowledge to have volun- 
tarily inlisted myself as a private Soldier to serve His Majesty King 
GEORGE the Second, in a Regiment of Foot now raising in His 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



21 



Majesty's Province of New Hampshire, for the reduction of Canada, 
under such Regimental Officers as the Governor of said Province shall 
appoint, and to be discharged the first day of November next, unless the 
Forces raised for the intended Expedition in His Majesty's other Govern- 
ments in New England, should be longer detain'd. 

his 



Ap l 6, 1758 



Will 1 * X Gibbs 



THESE are to Certify that William Gibbs came before me, One of. 
His Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the Province of New Hampshire, 
and acknowledged to have voluntarily inlisted himself to serve His 
Majesty King GEORGE the Second in the abovesaid Regiment ; he also 
acknowledged he had heard the seventh and tenth Articles of War read 
unto him against Mutiny and Desertion, and took the Oath of Fidelitv 
mention'd in the Articles of War 



No 



D. Warner J Peace 





Date. 


Age. 


Occupation. 


Birthplace. 


. 2 Ezekiel Wille 


Ap 


-. 6 


34 


Husbandman 


N. H. 


3 Thomas Wille 




7 


21 


Farmer 


Dover 


4 Josiah Brown 




8 


22 


Husbandman 


t i. 


5 George Maddin 




10 


40 


Weaver 


Limbrick 


6 Edward Fox 




12 


35 


Labourer 


New Market 


7 Benjamin Jackson 




6 


28 


Husbandman 


Durham 


8 Samuel Todd 




7 


18 


Labourer 


Dover 


9 William Randel 




8 


54 


Husbandman 


Dover 


10 Philip Crommet 




7 


42 


u 


Durham 


11 Benjamin Dockam 




2 5 


35 


Labourer 


Greenland 


12 James Crommet 




7 


18 


it 


Durham 


13 Robert Morral 




8 


2 7 


Husbandman 


New Castle 


14 James Holmes 




28 


18 


u 


Portsmouth 


15 Tho 8 Quint Jn r 




28 


19 


u 


u 


16 Samuel Sias Jn r 




H 


21 


Labourer 


Durham 


17 John Spencer 




14 


23 


Husbandman 


a 


18 Ebenezer Spencer 




7 


18 




a 


19 Samuel Damring 




H 


l 7 


Labourer 


N. H. 


20 Samuel Dyer 




10 


18 


Cordwainer 


a 


21 Steven Noble 




8 


51 


Fisherman 


a 


22 Nathaniel Watson 




27 


45 


Farmer 


Greenland 


23 William Brooks 




21 


l 9 


Baker Portsmouth 


24 Joseph Pinkham 




24 




Husbandman 


N. H 


25 ( Sippo Negro Servant 








< to Doctor Jos. Atkin 










(son 




8 


26 




a 


26 Cesar Durham Negr 

27 Samuel Harford 


as 


29 
l 7 


45 
18 









Cordw r ainer 


Dover 


28 John Randal 




18 


24 


Labourer 


Durham 



*by the Consent of his master Nathl Randel 



22 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



Date 

No. 29 Isaac Small Apr. 

30 Ezekiel Leathers 

31 Eliakim Bickford 

32 John Rand 

33 Thomas Rines 

34 Thomas Fisher 

35 Daniel Swain 

36 Daniel Evans 

37 Joseph Wormwood 

38 Nathaniel Watson 

39 John Whitehorn 

40 Joseph Hix 

[Nos. 1, 5, 6, 1 1, 14, 15, 20, 21, 23, and 24 went out in Capt. John 
Pickering's Co., and the remainder in Capt. Thomas Tash's Co. 
They were discharged in October, November, and December follow- 
ing. — Ed.] 





Age. 


Occupation. 


Birthplace. 


12 


28 


Husbandman 


N. H. 


s 


2 7 


Carpenter 


Durham 


27 


28 


Husbandman 


k 


29 


J 7 


Labourer 


N. H. 


8 


39 


Husbandman 


Dover 


29 


19 


Labourer 


N. H. 


29 


18 


u 


it 


9 


4S 


Husbandman 






27 


SO 


it 


Durham 


27 


So 


tt 


Greenland 


24 






N. H. 




24 


— 


Labourer 


tt 



[1-73] [Receipts of Men mustered for Service, iyjg.~\ 

Province of New Hampsh r Coll : Weares Regiment Rec d of Capt 
Sam 11 Leavitt muster master & Pay master to the forces raised for the 
Canada Expedition the respective Sums Set against our names being in 
full for bounty, Cloathing & half pay allowed by the Govornur Council 
& assembly 

Hampton Falls april 28 : 1759 



MENS NAMES. 


Sum paid. 


Time of enli 


itment. 


Mens names that received half 
pay. 


Benjamin Brown 
William Gross 


£6-1-6 
6-1-6 


April 
april 


17 

J 7 


Benjamin Brown 
Will" 1 Gross 


Simeon garland 
Beniamin Randell 


3-7-6 
3-7-6 


april 
april 


5 
5 




Nath 11 X Drake 

mark 

Saml perkins 
James Johnson 
Joseph Kennson 


3-7-6 


april 


5 




3-7-6 
3-7-6 
6-1-6 


april 
april 
april 


5 
16 

*7 


Joseph Kennisson 


Benj n X Sambon 

mark 

Samuel Smith 
Nathaniel Shower 


6-1-6 


april 


17 


Benj u Sambon 


3-7-6 
6-1-6 


april 
april 


l 7 
16 


Nath 11 Showers 


Nathan X Blake 

murk 


3-7-6 


april 


16 





FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



23 



MENS NAMES. 


Sum paid. 


Time of er 


llistment. 


Mens names that received half 
pay. 


Ezekiel moulton 


£6-1-6 


april 


l 7 


Ezekiel moulton 


Nathan Brown 


6-1-6 


march 


26 


Nathan Brown 


John Marston 


6-1-6 


april 


5 


John marston 


Jonathan Philbrick 


3-7-6 


march 


26 




William blake 


6-1-6 


april 


2 d 


Will 111 Blake 


Will m Wallis 


3-7-6 


april 


2 




Timothy Dalton 


3-7-6 


april 


y e 2 




Stephen X mason 


3-7-6 


april 


y*6 




Jonathan Sanborn 


3-7-6 


april 


y e 5 




Simon Hobbs 


3-7-6 


april 


y e 7 




Hezekiah Jenness 


3-7-6 


april 


y e 20 




Timothy Blake 


6-1-6 


april 


y e 9 


Timothy Blake 


Samuel Dalton 


6-1-6 


april 


v e 17 


Sam 11 Daulton 


William french 


6-1-6 


april 


l 7 


Will m French 


Ephraim Brown 

his 


6-1-6 


april 


y e 4 


Ephraim Brown 


Thomas X Robbards 


6-1-6 


april 


y e 5 


Thomas Robards 


James Rusell 


6-1-6 


march 


y e 3 o 


James Russel 


Sam Eaton 


3-7-6 


march 


v e 28 




Jonathan Knoulton 


3-7-6 


march 


y e 28 




Samuel Hoyt 


3-7-6 


april 


y e i7 




Elijah Cram 


6-1-6 


march 


29 


Elijah Cram 


Ebenezer Dow 


6-1-6 


april 


y e 12 


Ebenezer Dow 


moses Sweat 

his 

Abraham X Clefford 


6-1-6 


march 


y e 29 


moses Sweatt 


3-7-6 


april 


y e i 7 




Elezer Gove 


3-7-6 


april 


y e 17 




Paul Green leaf 


3-7-6 


april 


y e 5 




Gidon Dow 


6-1-6 


april 


5 


Guidian Dow 


Jeremiah Gove 


6-1-6 


march 


29 


Jeremiah Gove 


John X Daulton 

mark 


6-1-6 


april 


y e 9 


John Daulton 


Caleb Benett 


6-1-6 


april 


l 7 


Caleb Bennett 


John Nudd 


6-1-6 


march 


30 


John Nudd 


David X Philbrick 


6-1-6 


april 


i7 


David Philbrick 


William Tomas 


6-1-6 


march 


27 


William Tomas Col 
Downings 


Samuel marston 


3-7-6 


april 


28 


Col : Downings Reg- 
ement 


Jonathan thomas 


3-7-6 


april 


16 


Col samuel Gilman 


John Rines 


3-7-6 


april 


16 




his 

Elijah X Hoag 

mark 


3-7-6 


april 


2 d 





2 4 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES. 


Sum paid. 


Time of en 


istment. 


Mens names that received half 
pay. 


Col : Sam 11 Guilmans men 










Timothy Sanders 
Levi french 


£3-7-6 

3-7-6 


april 
april 


l8 
l6 




Samuel Sleper 
Ezekiel Straw 


3-7-6 
3-7- 6 


april 

april 


17 th 
l6 




Christopher Flanders 


6-1-6 


may 


j St 


Christopher Flanders 


Enoch Page 


3-7-6 


march 


29 




Isaac Fellowes 


3-7-6 


march 


29 




Melcher Wood 


3-7-6 


april 


17 




Ephraim Row 


3-7-6 


march 


29 




Thomas X Celley 

mark 

Levi X Connor his mark 


3-7-6 
3-7-6 


march 
april 


y e 30 

17 




John X Berry 

mark 


3-7-6 


April 


17 





Province of New Hamps r 

This ma}' Certifie that the Several men Contained in the foregoing list 
were Enlisted into his majestys Service for the Canada Expedition 1759 
on the Day of the date Set against their respective names Thomas Celley 
Excepted 

Sworn before Anth y Emery Just 6 Pacis 

Hampt" Falls may 12: 1759 



[The following is an extract from an orderly book, or diary, kept 
by Capt. Jeremiah Marston at Crown Point in 1762. The book is 
now in the possession of his grandson, Hon. Gilman Marston, of 
Exeter, who courteously permitted the editor to make such extracts 
as seemed best. Capt. Jeremiah Marston was in command of a 
company in the regiment commanded by Col. John Goffe, which was 
raised in accordance with the provisions of an act of the provincial 
legislature, passed March 18, 1762, u for securing his Majesty's Con- 
quest in North America." — Ed.] 

A Role of Cap*. Marstons Company at Crown Point Sept. y e 30 th 1762 



Comisions 

Cap 1 . Marston 
Lieu 1 . Huntoon 1 
Lieu'. Hobart 2 
En'. Moonv 8 



Sergts. 
John Dam 
Stephen Mason 
John Quimbcy 
William Towle 



[Privates.] 
Samuel Connor 
Theophilus Batchelder 
Benjamin Dockum 
Edward Lock 



Xath 



1 Samuel 



•" Benjamin 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



25 



John Garland 
John Barter 
Jeremiah Dow 
Thomas Moulten 
John Daulton 
Jonathan Fisk 
Jeremiah Willey 
Winthrop Willey 
Aaron Corson 
Noah Seavey 
Samuel H olden 
Joseph Small 
Mark Giles 
Nathan Blake 
Levi Carter 
Solomon Annas 
Samuel Varnum 
John Farrington 
John McKissick 
Stephen March 
James Stephans 
James Proctor 
John Hutchins 
Theophilus Hutchins 
Valentine Clark 
John Young 
Ithiel Smith 
Jonathan Roberts 
Solomon Smith 
John W d Smith 



Thomas Cloutman 
Samuel Carter 
Benjamin Bickford 
Joseph Johnson 
David Johnson 
Daniel Row 
George Cary 
Elijah Demerit 
Ishmael Bumford 
George Maddin 
Hugh Little 
Will 1 " Smart 
Benj a Smart 
John York 
John Moody Gilman 
Benjamin Durgin 
Dennis Sullivand 
James Nelson 
George Bickford 
John Racklif 
Micah Davis 
Jonathan Fifield 
David Samborn 
Samuel Damerin 
Benjamin Kennison 
Michael Moulton 
Ephraim Row 
Benjamin Stickney 
Ebenezer Blake 
John Brazeeal 



Benjamin Hoyt 
Benjamin Clark 
Daniel Lad 
Moses Clough 
Amos Clough 
Will m Simons 
Nath 1 Rowell 
Phinehas Samborn 
Obadiah Elkins 1 
Isaac Foot 
Joseph Fifield 
John Thorn 
Jonathan Bickford 
Caleb Huntoon 
Joseph Huntoon 
Moses Bickford 
Jedediah Spring 
Joseph Roberts 
Joshua Young 
Andrew Carter 
Moses Eastman 
Valentine Clark 
Abner Morril 
Caleb Wakeham 
James Johnson 
John Horny 
Ezekiel Moulton 
Reuben Tilton 



[The following extracts from the same show the manner in which 
soldiers were punished for misdemeanors. — Ed.] 

Crown Point Sep r y e 17 th 1762. 
Parole Albemarle 2 — for works tomorrow as this Day the Court mar- 
tial of the Lines of which Cap 1 . Hitchcock was Presedent is Disolv'd 
the following sentence is approved of (viz) that Serg* M c Kerrill of Col 
Engersols Reg 1 found Guilty of Breading Disturbance & Quarrilling 
amoung the Smiths employed in the Kings works to be Reduct to the 
Ranks & Receive 150 Lashes on his naked Back the adg* of the Reg* to 
see the sentence put in execution this evening at Retreat Beating 

C. S. S. P. 
N. H. Fatigues morning 1 — 4 — 7 — 242 

afternoon 21 orderly 1 



iDied Oct'r ye ioth 



2 Countersign. 



26 FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 

Viz Cap* Gerrish L* Copps Taylor Page En s Snow Cap 1 Hazzen for 
the Hospitle Details 57 & 4 

Crown Point Sep 1 18 th 1762 

Parole Pocock — for works tomorrow as this Day a Court martial of 
the Lines To set this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Presedents Hutt To 
Try all Prisoners Brought before them Cap 1 Hazzen of Col° Gorlts Reg' 
Presedent a Sub from each Reg 1 Members Divine service Tomorrow as 
usual 

Weekly Returns To be given in on monday Morning agreeable To 
former orders W" 1 Kellyhan of Col Whitings Reg 1 . To Joyn his Reg', 
being Dismissed from the works for being a Quarrellsome Fellow — 

C S S Pr 
N. H. Fatigues morning 1 — 5 — 7 — 243 

afternoon 1 — 1 — 21 

Viz Cap' Marston U Huntoon Martin En 8 Kelley Lampson Moony after- 
noon L'Odlin For the Hospitle Cap 1 Gerrish LA Hanson for the Court 
martial 

Crown Point Sep 1 . y e . 19 th . 1762 
Parole Howe — for works tomorrow as this Day Joseph Spencer & 
W ,n . Hill of Col° Gofle 5 Reg 1 found Guilty by the Court Martial of the 
Lines of Leaving their works & Playing Cards in the Casements are sen- 
tenced to Receive 50 Lashes each on their naked Back which Col Whit- 
ing orders to be put in execution tomorrow morning in the front of the 
Grand Parade while the men are assembling for work the adg*. of Gorles 
to see it Done & send the men to their works — Nath 1 Hadlock of Col 
Engersols Reg 1 Confined by L l Stebbens for Strikeing Sam 1 . Haskins 
with his Jumper a Court martial finds him Guilty & sentences him to 
Receive 100 Lashes on his naked Back the adg*. of Engersols is to see 
it put in execution at the time & Place ordered for the 2 men of Goffes 
above & send the man to his work the court martial of which Cap 1 Haz- 
zen was Presedent is Dissolv'd — the Regiments to Receive 4 Days Pro- 
vision tomorrow begining with W T hitings following Goffes Saltonstalls & 
Engersols this compleats them to the 23 d inclusive 

C S S Pr 
N. H. F. morning 2 — 5 — 7 — 243 
afternoon 1 — 21 

Viz Cap 4 Hazzen Tilton L* Page Hanson Taylor En*. Snow Thomp- 
son — Cap 1 Marston for the Hospitle 

[Extract from the same as recorded July 23d, 1762.] 

No soldier to come on the parade without their shoes as they will be 
emediately Confined & Punished & those that have none must be Pre- 
pared for with shoes as it is for the Good of the service — 

Reg 1 , orders whereas it has been observed cS: furthermore Complaint 
has been made that many in the New Hamp r Reg 1 frequently Curses 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



27 



swares & uses Profane oaths Takeing the sakered name of God in vain 
which is not only Contrary to the martial Law but highly Displeasing & 
Provokeing the Great God this is therefore to let all Persons as above 
mentioned know that whoever is found Guilty of any of the oaths as 
above will be Dealt with in the severest manner it is expected that the 
officers will be Particularly Carefull that these orders are Comply d with 
& put in execution the above orders to be Read to the Respective Com- 
panys this evening at Rool Calling by the orderlys. 

[Under date August 9, 1762, in the same book, is the following 
entry : — Ed.] 

John Dam was married Nov r . y e . 25 th . 1761. In Portsmouth To Mary 
Hart of s d . Ports , and left Her y e i et Day of June after To serve His 
King and Country In Cap* Jeremiah Marston's Company under the Com- 
mand of y e Hon . Col . John Goffe Esq r &c 

God Save the King 

[Captain Marston was of Hampton. He was a lieutenant in Col. 
Meserve's regiment in 1757, and captain of a company in Col. 
Gaffe's regiment in the campaign of 1760. Subsequently moved 
to Orford, and was one of the prominent men of that town. — Ed.] 



[1-83] [Roll of Men at Fort Wm. and Mary, 1767. ] 

Muster Role of Soldgers Posted at The Fort William and Mary by 
the Governers Order s for the Year 1767 — 













■i'O 


MENS NAMES 


Qualitey 


Wages p r 
month 


Entered 1767 


Discharge 1768 


V <L> S> 

- m ra 
.@>P 

H 


Thomas Bell 


Cap* 


£2-IO 


March 26 


March 25 


*3 


Benjamin Bell 


Privait 


I-IO 


d° 


d° 


J 3 


William Pane 


d° 


I-IO 


d° 


Nov r 12 th 
absent 2 m° ^ dys 


6—2 


Henry Foss 


d° 


I-IO 


d° 


abs* 2 m° 5 days 


10—23 


Clem* Grandy 


d° 


I-IO 


Nov r 12 th 


march 25 th 


4 — 21 


Edw d Sclate 


d° 


I-IO 


June 20 


March 25 


9 — 2 6 


William Webb 


d° 


I-IO 


June 20 


March 25 


9 — 26 




67—14 



Posted at Fort William and Mary In New Castle March 25 1768 

Tho 8 Bell 



28 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



Account of Sundreys Supply* 1 his Magesty Fort William and Mary by 
the Governers orders for the Year 1767 — 



To 8 cord of Wood 

To 6 gallons Trane Oyle (w 

To r£ lb8 Wick Yarne (a) 

To io lb cordage for flag Hallard 8 (w 



©II / 

3/ 
4/6 
6 d 



£4- 8— 
18— 
6-9 

5 
£5-17—9 



[In H. of Rep., March 9, 1769, the foregoing roll and account 
were allowed, and ordered to be paid. Council concurred the same 
day. — Ed.] 



[1-S4] [Roll of Me?i at Fort W?n. and Mary, 1771-72.'] 

Muster Roll of Soldiers Posted at Fort William & Mary by the Gov- 
ernor's Orders from Feb y 21 st 1771 untill March 31 st 1772 



MENS NAMES 



John Cochran 
Thomas Waters 
William Pendexter 
Nathaniel Barnes 
John Waters 
Daniel Randal 
James Titcomb 
Henry Scott 
William Berrey 
Thomas Beckford 
Samuel Docherty 
Ebenezr Plaise 
Richd Kenny Waldron 
John Moulton 
Joseph Rawlings 
Alexr Middleton 
Samuel Walker 



David Mitchell 
Jeremh Young 
Matthw Clark 





wages 


Quality 


per 




month 


Capt 


£3- 


Private 


-18- 


ditto 


18 


ditto 


do 


ditto 


do 


ditto 


do 


ditto 


do 


ditto 


do 


Drummr 


do 


Private 


do 


ditto 


do 


ditto 


do 


ditto 


do 


ditto 


do 


ditto 


do 


ditto 


do 


ditto 


do 


hire'd 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



time Enter'd in the 
Service 



Feby 

March 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

April 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

May 

ditto 

July 

Novr 

ditto 

March 

ditto 



21st 1771 

nth 
nth 
13th 
15th 
1 6th 

6th 

9th 
11 
2 3 

2ISt 

28th 

6th 
1 8th 

2 ? 
17th 1772 

23d 



time Dischd from 
Service 



March 

May 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Augst 

May 

March 

ditto 

Septr 

march 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 



time Serve'd in 
months & days 



7U1177I 

7 th 

2d 

16th 1772 
17th 
31st 
31st 

25th 1771 
14th 

31st 1772 
31st 

28th 1771 
25th 1772 

25 
31st 
list 



14 mo 

2 mo 

2 mo 

1 mo 

13 mo 

13 mo 

12 mo 

12 mo 

4 mo 



11 mo 

11 mo 

2 mo 

4 mo 

4 mo 



12 days 



21 days 

1 do 

1 do 
23 do 

20 do 
23 do 

21 do 

7 do 

8 days 
16 do 

13 do 

14 do 

9 do 



1 1 1 mo 23 days 
15 do 
3 mo " 



1 do 



1 1 6 mo 3 days 



Fort William & Mary New Castle March 31 st 1772 — 



John Cochran 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



2 9 



Province of New Hampsh r 

In the House of Representatives June 2 d 1772 the above named John 
Cochran made Solemn Oath to the truth of this Muster Roll & that the 
men Actually Served Agreeable to the said Acco* before 

W m Parker Justice Pacis — 
Province of New Hampsh r 

Tn the House of Represent™ 8 June 9 th 1772 voted that this account & 
musterroll of Cap* John Cochran be allowd 

W m Parker Cler 
In Council June 10 177 2 



Read & concurd 



Consented 



Geo : King Dep y Sec y 
J Wentworth 



N. B The amo* of this muster Roll is allow'd Cap* Cochran in his 
acco* Curr* Exhibited herewith & allowed — 



[1-85] {.Roll of Men at Fort Wm. and Mary, 1772- 73. ~] 

Muster Roll of John Cochran for Soldier's Posted at Fort William & 
mary for the first day of April 1772 untill the first day of April 1773 — 







Wages 


Billet'g per 


Time Served in 


Amount of Ea 


MEN'S NAME'S 


Capacty's 


per 

month 


Week 


months & days 


Wages 


John Cochran 


Cap* 


£3- 


5/ 


13 mo 


£ 39— — 


Henry Scott 


Private 


i-5 


5/ 


7 mo 2 days 


8_i 6— oi 


Ebenez r Plaise 


ditto 


i-5 


5/ 


2 mo 10 days 


2 — 18 — io£ 


Samuel Droidy 


ditto 


i-5 




2 mo 


2 — 10 


Samuel Walker 


ditto 


i-5 


4 mo 10 days 


5 _ 8— ioh 


Hugh M c Bride 


ditto 


i-5 


2 mo 4 days 


2—13— 7 


James Snelling 


ditto 


i-5 


1 mo 14 days 


1 — 17 — 6 


John Griffeth's 


ditto 


i-5 


5/ 


13 mo 


16- 5 


James Titcomb 


ditto 


i-5 


5/ 


13 mo 


16- 5 


John Barnett 


ditto 


i-5 


5/ 


21 days 


18— 9 


Fredreck King 


ditto 


i-5 


5/ 


16 days 


14— 3i 


William Gunnison 


ditto 


i-5 


5/ 


4 mo 26 days 


6— 3— 2k 


John M c Mahann 


ditto 


i-5 


5/ 


4 mo 


5 


Henry Gunnison 


ditto 


i-5 




1 mo 10 days 


1—13— oi 


Edmund Roberts 


ditto 


i-5 


14 days 


12 — 6 


Abraham Clifford 


ditto 


i-5 


3 mo 19 days 


4— 11 — 1 1^ 


Christopher Lovejoy 


ditto 


i-5 


5 mo 7 days 


6— 11— 3 


James Gibson 


ditto 


i-5 


5/ 


2 mo 2 days 


2— 11 — 9 


Ebenz r Hammock 


ditto 


i-5 


5/ 


5 mo 22 days 


7— 4— 7I 


Jonathan Cochran 


ditto 


i-5 


5/ 


4 mo 17 days 


5—15— i£ 


William Holmes 


ditto 


i-5 


5/ 


3 mo 21 days 


4—13— 9 



3Q 



FRENCH WAR ROLLS. 



MEN'S NAME'S 



Paris Richardson 
Jonathan Cass 
Thomas Hammock 
John Corlet Cochran 
Mathew Clarke 





Wages 


Capacty's 


per 




month 


Private 


£i-S 


ditto 


i-5 


ditto 


i-5 


ditto 


i-5 


ditto 


i-5 



Billet'g per 
Week 



Time Served in 
months & days 



5/ 
5/ 
5/ 

5/ 
5/ 



3 mo 22 days 
3 mo 22 days 
2 mo 23 days 
1 mo 1 1 days 
14 days 



Amount of Ea 
Wages 



£4— 14- 7! 

4—14— 7| 

3 — 10 — 6£ 
1— 14— io| 
12 — 6 



£i57— 3- 



To One Shilling Extr^ per week Allowe'd the Soldiers for Billt« the 
term of the Last four months On Acco 1 of Provisons Being at so high a 
price ; and the Allowance of 5/ p r week not Sufficient to Support them 
more than five clay's in the Week — 

Fort William & Mary April I st 1773 

Errors Excepted per John Cochran 

Province of New Hampshire 

In the House of Represen' May 25 then the above named John Coch- 
ran Personally appearing made Oath to the truth of this acco* & that it is 
just & true before me 

William Parker Just of Peace 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

INTRODUCTION BY THE EDITOR. 

The first revolutionary act of the people of New Hampshire was 
the capture without bloodshed of Fort William and Mary, at New 
Castle, and the removal therefrom of about one hundred barrels of 
gunpowder, fifteen cannon, and sixty stand of fire-arms. This was 
accomplished on the fourteenth and fifteenth days of December, 
1774, by a company of men led by John Langdon and John Sullivan, 
and was the first important seizure of munitions of war made by the 
revolutionary patriots in any of the colonies. The powder was 
secreted under Durham meeting-house, and some of it was conveyed 
to Medford, Mass., and used at the battle of Bunker Hill in June 
following. The prime cause of this seizure was the reception in 
Portsmouth of a copy of an order passed by the king in council, pro- 
hibiting the exportation to America of military stores of any kind, 
and the movement was precipitated by information received by way of 
Paul Revere's express, from Boston, that the British war frigate Scar- 
borough was to be sent to New Castle to take possession of the port. 
Prior to this, in June and September of the same year, the citizens 
of Portsmouth and vicinity had forced the reshipment and removal 
out of the province of two cargoes of tea, accomplishing their pur- 
pose without bloodshed, and with but little tumult; but the firm and 
determined attitude of the people convinced the governor and con- 
signee that any resistance on their part would be ineffectual, and 
probably result in the destruction of the tea. 

From December, 1774, to April following, the people were coun- 
selling among themselves, calmly deliberating upon the exigencies 
of the times, and energetically preparing for the crisis which they 
felt must come. The sentiment which pervaded the community is 
plainly shown by the address of the convention of delegates, which 
convened at Exeter January 25, 1775, in which they counselled the 
people to maintain peace, harmony, and union among themselves, to 
practise economy, to promote manufactures, avoid law-suits, improve 



32 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

themselves in such military arts as would best fit them for real action 
in an engagement, and to imitate their forefathers by appealing to 
the Divine Being to espouse their righteous cause, secure their lib- 
erties, and "fix them on a firm and lasting basis." 

Companies were formed and drilled, and when, on the 19th day of 
April, 1775, the crisis came, the men of New Hampshire dropped 
their implements of industry, seized whatever they could of imple- 
ments of warfare, and by companies, by tens, by fives, and by twos 
hurried to the front. The same spirit pervaded the women, many of 
whom spent the nights of the 19th and 20th in making clothes, 
baking bread, and moulding bullets for their husbands and sons, 
bidding them good-bye at daylight, with a God-speed upon their 
tremulous lips, and while the men went forth to repel the invading 
army, the women tilled the soil, spun the yarn, and wove the cloth 
that clothed the family. The number of men who went from this 
state to Cambridge at that time is unknown ; many were not organ- 
ized in companies, some returned after being absent from one to two 
weeks, and many enlisted for eight months, forming the nucleus for 
the regiments of Stark and Reed, which did admirable service at 
Bunker Hill. 

The following are all the rolls which the editor has been able to 
find of the men who went to Cambridge " on the alarm of the battle 
of Lexington." 



[Hist. Hollis, Worcester.] 

"A Muster Roll of Capt. Reuben Dow's Company of Minute Men who 
marched from Holies April 19 th 1775. 

Reuben Dow, Capt. 

John Goss I st Lieut John Cumings 2 d Lieut. 

Sergents. 

Nathan Blood Joshua Boynton. 

William Nevins Minot Farmer. 

Corporals. 

Samson Powers James Mcintosh 

James McConnor Ephraim Blood 

"David Farusworth, Drummer, Noah Worcester Jr. Fifer 

Privates. 

Benjamin Abbott Jonathan Ames Ebenezer Ball 

David Ames John Atvvell Nathaniel Ball 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



33 



Job Bailey 
Joel Bailey 
Joseph Bailey 
Richard Bailey 
Daniel Blood 
Francis Blood 
Jonas Blood 
Benj n Boynton 
Elias Boynton 
Abel Brown 
John Campbell 
James Colburn 
Nathan Colburn 
Thomas Colburn 
Samuel Conroy 
Benj n Cumings 
Jacob Danforth 
James Dickey 
Amos Eastman 
Jonathan Eastman 
Benj n Farley 
Ebenezer Farley 
James Fisk 
Josiah Fisk 
William French 



Ebenezer Gilson 
Manuel Grace 
Aaron Hardy 
Samuel Hill 
Samuel Hosley 
Ephraim How 
Ebenezer Jaquith 
Samuel Jewett 
Edward Johnson 
Sam 1 Johnson 
Thomas Kemp 
Abner Keyes 
Israel Kinney 
Samuel Leeman 
Randall McDaniels 
Joseph Minot 
Benjamin Nevins 
Joseph Nevins 
Thomas Patch 
Nathan Phelps 
John Philbrick 
Ephraim Pierce 
Nahum Powers 
Thomas Pratt 
Ezekiel Proctor 



Jacob Reed 
Jonathan Russ 
Benjamin Sanders 
Robert Seaver 
Jacob Spalding 
Isaac Stearns 
Amos Taylor 
Daniel Taylor 
William Tenney 
David Wallingford 
Nathaniel Wheat 
Thomas Wheat 
Ebenezer Wheeler 
Thaddeus Wheeler 
Lebbeus Wheeler 
Bray Wilkins 
Israel Wilkins 
William Wood 
Benjamin Wright 
Benj. Wright Jun. 
Uriah Wright 
Jesse Wyman 
Ebenezer Youngman 



Judge Worcester states that fifty-three of the above enlisted at 
Cambridge for eight months, mostly in Captain Dow's company, 
which was mustered into the Massachusetts regiment commanded 
by Colonel William Prescott, of Pepperell, and were at the battle of 
Bunker Hill. Thomas Colburn and Ebenezer Youngman enlisted 
in the company of Captain Moor, of Groton, Mass., and were both 
killed at Bunker Hill. 



[R- 3-37] 

Roll of the men who marched from New Ipswich before daylight on the 
morning of April 20, 1775. 

" Persons that went to Cambridge in April A. D. 1775 on the alarm of 
the battle at Concord, their time and expenses : 





Days 




Days 


Thomas Heald Capt. 


1 3- 


Hezekiah Corey Ensign 


6. 


*Ezra Town Lieut. 


00. 


William Start Clerk 


J 3- 


Joseph Parker 
5 


*3- 


Isaac How Seg't 


l 3' 



34 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Saml. Whittemore 


3- 


Tim Farrar 


Simeon Hildrith 


7- 


Jno. Wilkins 


Eben r Brown 


2. 


Dan 1 Mansfield 


Jonas Wilson Jr 


7- 


Peter Fletcher 


Simeon Gould 


4- 


Jno. Sartell 


Tona. Davis 


4- 


Abel Miles 


Francis Fletcher 


IO. 


Wm Speer 


Joseph Pollard 


1 3- 


*Elijah Davis 


Nath 1 Pratt 


9- 


David vSanders 


Edm d Bryant 


5- 


Joseph Warren 


William Hodgkins 


5- 


Moses Tucker 


James Chandler 


5- 


Thomas Fletcher 


Jon. Brookes Serj 1 


*3- 


Dan 1 Clan- 


J no. Cutter 


1 1. 


Isaac Farwell 


Nath 1 Swain 


9- 


Tim Farwell 


Tim Wheelock 


4- 


Nath 1 Melvin 


Joel Wheelock 


8. 


Jno. Walker 


Nath 1 Reed 


5- 


Wm Kendall 


Jesse Carleton 


J 3- 


Danl. Stratton 


Jno. Brown Jr 


7- 


James Tidder 


Joseph Wright 


7- 


*Nath l Carleton 


* Sam n el Soper 


*3- 


Allen Breed 


Stephen Davis 


5- 


Jona. Wheet 


Robert Campbell 


3- 


Whitcomb Powers 


Thos Brown 


r 3- 


Joseph Bates 


Jonas Wheeler 


7- 


Chas. Barrett 


*Josiah Brown Sgt. 


i3- 


Isaac Appleton 


*Benj. Williams 


J 3- 


Reuben Kidder 


*Josiah Walton 


J 3- 


Jere h Underwood 


Leonard Parker 


7- 


Benj. Pollard 


Joseph Tinney 


5- 


Abr m Abbott 


Wm Far is 


7- 


Josiah Rodgers 


Ephraim Foster 


8. 


Saml Haywood 


Daniel Foster 


*3 


Thos Farnsworth 


Samuel Foster 


8. 


Stephen Parker 


*Timo. Stearns 


J 3- 


Nath 1 Stone 


Benja Gibbs 


8. 


Timo. Fox 


*Snpply Wilson 


r 3- 


Nath 1 Fair 


Saml. Kinney 


J 3- 


Saml Bartlett 


Jno. Melvin 


5- 


James Ban- 


♦David Melvin 


J 3- 


Amos Bovnton 


fosiah Davis 


5- 


Elea* Cummings 


Benja 1 1 oar 


7- 


Isaac Clark 


Aaron Chamberlain 


9- 


Wm Shattuck 


Rev. Stephen Farrer 


3°- 


Eph m Adams Jr 


Elijah Flagg 


6. 


Robert Ilarkness 


Attest 






•Those marked with a * enlisted in Ci 


pt. Archelail' 


Town's company for eight m 



5' 
5 
5 

5- 

S. 

*3- 

6. 

T 3- 

8. 

5' 

2. 

5 
6. 

5 
5' 
8, 

5- 
8, 

5- 
l 3- 
J 3« 
I 3- 

7- 
x 3« 

5- 

i 

5' 
5- 
7- 
x 3' 
J 3- 
5- 
5 1 
8. 



4' 
'3 

3 

n 

5' 

7 
5' 
5' 
3 

7 
7 



Tho' Heaid" 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[Hist. Temple. Blood.] 

"A list of those persons who 
alarm of the 19th of April 



35 



marched from Temple to Cambridge on the 

'775- 





Days 


JLJLOOO /O 


Days 




absent 


absent 


f Jeremiah Andrews 


J 4 


Epraim Heald 


I I 


Francis Blood 


7 


Peter Heald 


I I 


Eph Brown 


12 


Oliver Heald 


6i 


Benj a By am 


H 


Joseph Heald 


11 


■j- Peter Brown 


? 


*Ezekiel Jewett 


6h 


■fSam 1 . Bredeen 


H 


Joseph Kidder 


12, 


Seth Cobb 


12 


Benj a Killam 


11 


Stephen Cobb 


1 1 


Andrew Law 


H 


John Cragin 


7 


f Farrar Miller 


? 


Benj n Cragin 


8 


Aaron Marshall 


I 3 


Gershom Drury 


15 


*Will. Mansur 


6J 


Will m Drury 


11 


tjohn Matthews 


? 


Dan Drury 


11 


f Aaron Oliver 


? 


*Zedekiah Drury 


5 


Eliot Powers 


? 


Zedekiah Drury Jr. 


12 


Stephen Parlin 


H 


Ebenezer Drury 


12 


Joseph Richards 


12 


fAb m Dinsmore Jr 


? 


John Stiles 


11 


Zebadiah Dinsmore 


J 3 


David Spofford 


? 


fZachariah Emery 


J 4 


Nath 1 Shattuck 


H 


*John Everett 


^ 


S. Rich d Stickney 


H 


Rob 1 Fletcher 


H 


fEben r Severance 


H 


Joshua Foster 


10 


fBenj a . Smith 


? 


Ezekiel Goodale 


H 


*Benj a . Tenney 


? 


f Samuel Griffin 


H 


David Town send 


J 3 


*Samuel Howard 


6* 


Samuel Webster 


? 


*Peter Wheeler 


6i 


fjosiah Stone 


? 


Archelaus Wilson 


H 


*Ebenezer Cobb 


6i 


tjohn Hillsgrove 


? 


*Enos Goodale 


6i" 



Those marked with a * went only part way, and those marked | en- 
listed at Cambrrdge for eight months, and were at Bunker Hill, as also 
did Timothy Avery, Sam'l Hutchins, Wilder Kidder, John Temple, 
Arthur Kirkwood and Thomas Patterson. (Hist. Temple.) 



[From Hist. Rindge. Stearns.] 

"Roll of the men that went to Cambridge in Capt. Nathan Hale's Com- 

ington Fight, April y e [9, 1775. 

Francis Towne, Lieutenant, 
James Crombie, Clerk. 



pany, at the time of the Lexn 



Nathan Hale, Captain. 
Daniel Rand, Ensign. 



36 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Pagre Norcross, 



Abel Stone, 
Drummers, 
Fifer, 



John Hanaford 
Daniel Russell 
Nathaniel Ingalls 
Nehemiah Towne 
Jonathan Putnam 
Abel Platts Jr. 
Samuel Page 
John Demary Jr. 
Joseph Stanley 
Aaron Easty 
William Carlton 
James Cutter 
Simon Davis 
John Emory 



Sergeants. 
Samuel Stanley, 

Corporals. 
Benjamin Davis, 
Ezekiel Rand. 
Leme Page. 

Privates. 
Samuel Russell 
Jeremiah Norcross 
Joel Russell 
John Buswell 
Simeon Ingalls 
Enos Lake 
Jeremiah Russell 
David Robbins 
Nathaniel Thomas 
Oliver Bacon 
Abraham Wetherbee 
Benjamin Carlton 
Nathaniel Russell 
Jonathan Lovejoy 



James Streeter. 

Salmon Stone. 
Daniel Lake Jr. 



Samuel Parker 
Joseph Platts 
Asa Brocklebank 
Samuel Tarbell 
Reuben Page 
Joseph Wilson 
Solomon Rand 
Daniel Lake 
Edward Jewett 
Elisha Perkins 
Ezekiel Larned 
Jsaac Wood 
George Carlton" 



Seventeen returned in four days, and thirty-seven were paid for sev- 
enteen days. Of the latter, sixteen enlisted in Capt. Philip Thomas's 
Co. for eight months. 

A company, consisting of I Lieutenant, I Ensign, 4 Sergeants, 4 
Corporals, and 52 Privates, marched from Swanzey at daylight on the 
morning of April 21, under the command of Lieut. Col. Joseph Ham- 
mond. (Vol. XIII, p. 526.) Twenty-two of them enlisted at Cam- 
bridge for eight months, and the remainder returned after an absence 
of fifteen days. No roll of them is known to be in existence. From 
the histories of the respective towns mentioned we cull the follow- 
ing items : 

Keene sent 30 men commanded by Isaac Wyman. 
Concord " 36 " " " Abiel Chandler. 

Derryfield " 34 " " " ■ 

Gilmanton " 12 " " " Ebenezer Eastman 

About 100 men marched from Nottingham and vicinity; and in 
fact all the towns in the southern portion of this state sent more or 
less men according to their population, and it is to be regretted that 
complete rolls are not to be found. 

The third " Provincial Congress" met in Exeter April 21, 1775, 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



37 



and on that day appointed Colonel Nathaniel Folsom, of Exeter, "to 
take the chief command of the Troops who have gone or may go 
from this Government to assist our suffering Brethren in the Prov- 
ince of the Massachusetts Bay." 

On the 26th they appointed Col. Nathaniel Folsom, Col. Josiah 
Bartlett, and Maj. Samuel Hobart, a committee to go to Massachu- 
setts, and consult with the government of that province concerning 
ways and means of defence. This committee advised the raising and 
organizing of a regiment of men at once, and the several officers then 
in command of the New Hampshire men in the vicinity of Medford 
convened and chose field officers, who proceeded to raise a regiment, 
and had 584 men, exclusive of drummers and filers, in camp, on the 
18th of May. (Col. Stark's Letter, Vol VII, p. 474.) 

Some New Hampshire men had enlisted in Massachusetts regi- 
ments, and the congress at Exeter, on the 2d day of May, voted " not 
to discourage persons, being inhabitants of this Province, from En- 
listing in the Massachusetts service for the present Emergency." 
May 23, Nathaniel Folsom was again appointed to the general com- 
mand of the N. H. forces, and vigorous measures were inaugurated to 
raise and equip the 2000 men which they had voted the day before 
to raise and organize into three regiments. 

May 24, in accordance with the recommendation of the committee 
of safety, the provincial congress appointed Enoch Poor, of Exeter, 
Colonel, John M c Duffee, of Rochester, Lt. Col., and Joseph Cilley, of 
Nottingham, Major, and empowered the committee of safety to issue 
orders for enlisting a regiment. 

June 1, the same congress appointed "James Reed Esq 1 ' to be Coll , 
of a regiment," Israel Gilman, of New Market, Lt. Colonel, and Na- 
than Hale, of Rindge, Major, of the same regiment, and authorized 
the committee of safety to issue enlisting orders to ten men to enlist 
each a company of 62 men, including officers. 

June 3 they appointed John Stark, who had been acting under a 
commission from Massachusetts, to "be the Col of the first Regim*," 
Isaac Wyman, of Keene, to be lieutenant-colonel, and Andrew Mc- 
Clary, of Epsom, major, and voted "that Ten Companys of 62 men 
each, of the Regiment now at Medford in the Province of Mass ts be 
the first or oldest Regiment." This arrangement was made as a 
compromise with Stark, who desired the position occupied by Gen. 
Folsom. Two companies of Stark's regiment were turned over to 
Reed, whose regiment was "fitted up" (officered) prior to June 8. 
(Reed's letter, Vol. VII, p. 508.) The regiments of Stark and Reed 
were at Medford, Mass., while that commanded by Poor remained in 
New Hampshire to guard against any attempt of the enemy to land 



38 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



forces on our coast. June 12, Col. Reed received the following or- 
der: 

"Head Quarters June the 12, 1775. General Orders — That Coll. 
Reed quarter his Regiment in the Houses near Charlestown neck 
and keep all necessary Guards between his Barracks and the Ferrey 
and on Hunkers Hill — Signed J. Ward Sectary Copy for James Reed" 

In obedience thereto Col. Reed marched his regiment to Charles- 
town Neck on the 13th of June, and posted a guard consisting of 
"1 Capt, 2 Subalterns [lieutenants], 4 Serjeants 4 Corporals and 40 
privetts " (Col. Reed's letter.) On the next day he made a return 
of his regiment as follows : 

[Ms. State Papers, Revolution, Vol. I, p. 252.] 

"A Return, June y e 14 th 1775 of Col 1 Reed's Reg 1 . 





Effective 


men 


fit for 






Sick ab 


sent Un 


fit & on 






Duty 




Command 


Encampment at 
































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Lieut. Col 1 Gilman 


















1 
























Major Hale 




































I 




1 


Cap 1 Jacob Hinds 






I 


4 




1 


1 


45 


54 
















9 




1 


10 


Cap 1 Josiah Crosby 






I 


4 


4 


1 




3 2 


44 












4 


8 






3 


15 


Cap 4 Philip Thomas 








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Stephen Peabody, Adj't." 
On the 15th, Col. Reed issued the following orders : 

* The men entered in this column are the 51 referred to by Col. Retd as the guard which he posted 
between his barracks and the ferry and on Bunker Hill. The columns in the original, headed " Drum- 
mers," " Fifers," " Privates," and " Confined, " under "Sick absent Unfit & on Command," having no 
entries, a re omitted in the foregoing table. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



39 



"Charlestown June the 15 th , 1775. 
"Regimental Orders — The main Gard this day is to consist of one 
Cap* 2 Sub s [subalterns] 4 Serjeants 4 corporals and 50 privets. 
The Cap* of the main Gard is to keep a trusty Serjeant with the 
Senterys in the Street below the Gard house to examine all passan- 
gers Let none pass without shoing proper pases in the Day time 
and none to pass after Nine o'clock at Knight without giving the 
counter sine and no Sentrey is to set down on his post and when 
any field officer passes them to stand with their firelocks rested no 
soldier to swim in the water on the Sabath day nor any other Day to 
stay in the water Longer than is nesasarey to wash themselves. 

James Reed Coll." 

On the 16th of June Gen. Ward placed three Massachusetts reg- 
iments and a company of about 120 Connecticut men, commanded 
by Capt. Knowlton, under the command of Col. William Prescott, of 
Pepperell, with orders to march to Bunker Hill and erect such forti- 
fications as he and Col. Gridley, an experienced engineer, might deem 
best adapted for its defence. On their arrival upon the ground a 
consultation of the officers was held, and it was decided to erect the 
redoubt on that part of the eminence known locally as Breed's Hill. 
Of the "about 1000 men" who marched under Prescott and erected 
the fortification, no or more were New Hampshire men, who had 
enlisted in Col. Prescott's regiment, from the following towns : Hol- 
lis, one whole company of 59 men, under Capt. Reuben Dow; Mer- 
rimack, II; Londonderry, 11; Raby (now Brookline), 7: others 
from Amherst, Mason, New Ipswich, etc. (Colonel Prescott's 
rolls.) 

On the following day, June 17, 1775, occurred the memorable 
"Battle of Bunker Hill," a history of which the editor does not pro- 
pose to give here, but simply to present some facts relative to the 
number of New Hampshire men engaged in it, and the service by 
them performed. The editor has used considerable time in the exam- 
ination of all manuscript documents and printed works relating to 
the subject, and by the information thus obtained believes the follow- 
ing statements are substantially correct. 

On the morning of the battle Gen. Ward directed Col. Stark, of 
the First New Hampshire Regiment, to send 200 men, properly offi- 
cered, to the assistance of Col. Prescott, which order he "readily 
obeyed," and despatched the men under the command of Lieut. Col. 
Isaac Wyman, of Keene. The remainder of Stark's and the whole 
of Col. Reed's regiment were moved to the front in the afternoon, in 
obedience to orders from Gen. Ward. Stark says, "And about 2 
o'clock in the afternoon express orders came for the whole of my 



40 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

regiment to proceed to Charlestown, to oppose the enemy who were 
landing on Charlestown Point." He marched his men at once ; and 
on their arrival at Charlestown Neck they were joined by the reg- 
iment of New Hampshire men under the command of Col. James 
Reed, of Fitzwilliam. In consequence of a raking fire across the 
Neck from the British vessels and floating batteries in Charles river, 
two regiments, which had been ordered to Prescott's support, had 
halted. Maj. McClary went forward and said to the commanders, 
that if they were not intending to move on, he wished them to open 
ranks and let our regiments pass, which they immediately did ; and 
Stark and Reed marched their men deliberately to the hill. (E. H. 
Derby.) The British troops had landed on Moulton's Point, prob- 
ably with the intention of moving to the left of the redoubt and get- 
ting in Prescott's rear, which had they succeeded in doing would 
have rendered their conquest comparatively easy. Col. Stark com- 
prehended the situation at once, and, moving his men to the left of 
the redoubt, took up a position behind a rail fence. 

Some historians state that Stark's regiment extended to Mystic 
river, and that the men built a stone barricade on the beach. If that 
was the fact, Reed's regiment, which was on the same line, must have 
been posted on the right of Stark's, and on the left of Capt. Knowl- 
ton's company of Connecticut men, thus forming a nearly continuous 
line from the redoubt to the river. This line, which was the key to 
the position, was attacked by the British troops under the command 
of Gen. Howe in person, a simultaneous attack being made upon the 
redoubt Twice they were driven back with great slaughter. The 
New Hampshire men held their position until the redoubt was taken 
by the enemy, and Prescott's handful of brave men were on the 
retreat, then retiring in good order, unconquered, over Bunker Hill 
to Charlestown Neck. 

The historian Bancroft says, "The little handful of brave men 
[Prescott's] would have been effectually cut off but for the unfalter- 
ing courage of the provincials at the rail fence and on the bank of 
the Mystic. They had repulsed the enemy twice, and now held them 
in check until the main body had left the hill. Not till then did the 
Connecticut companies under Knowlton, and the New Hampshire 
soldiers under Stark, quit the station which they had so nobly de- 
fended." Other historians state that the New Hampshire men at 
the rail fence " maintained their ground with firmness and intrepid- 
ity, and successfully resisted every attempt to turn their flank," and 
saved the men who were retreating from the redoubt from being 
cut off. 

Drake says, " The weight of the first and second attacks was 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 41 

borne by the defenders of the rail fence, where Gen. Howe in per- 
son attacked, with the very flower of his army, supported by artil- 
lery." "The retreat of this little handful of brave men [under Col. 
Prescott] would have been effectually cut off had it not happened 
that the flanking party of the enemy, which was to have come up on 
the back of the redoubt, was checked by a party of provincials 
[Stark's, Reed's, and Knowlton's men], who fought with the utmost 
bravery, and kept them from advancing farther than the beach." 
(Mass. Com. of Safety — account of the battle.) 

The foregoing statements by Massachusetts historians as to the 
bravery and coolness of the New Hampshire men, and the soldierly 
skill of their officers, were freely made and well deserved. Had the 
men under Prescott, Stark, Reed, and Knowlton been armed with 
bayonets, and fully supplied with ammunition, they could and would 
have held their position against the entire force under General 
Howe. 

As to the number of men engaged on the American side, historians 
differ materially Bancroft states that at the time the British landed 
" Prescott had remaining with him but seven to eight hundred men," 
and that " his flanks were unprotected." E. H. Derby thinks that 
this was a high estimate, and fixes the entire force of Prescott, includ- 
ing his flanking parties, at 600 men when the reinforcements under 
Stark and Reed reached the field. Mr. Derby says, " If we count 
in these troops [the 600], and all those who arrived before the final 
retreat, the number who were engaged in the battle, according to the 
best evidence to which I have access, was 1985." Other historians 
place the number variously from 2000 to 2500. I think the latter 
must include those who went no further than Charlestown Neck, and 
might have been under fire from the ships, and have lost some men, 
but really took no part in the action. 

The number of men from New Hampshire actually engaged in the 
battle, according to the best evidence the editor has been able to 
obtain, was 1230, under command as follows : According to the pay- 
rolls of the ten companies in Stark's regiment which were with him 
that day, the number of officers and privates belonging to those com- 
panies who entered the service prior to June 17 was 616. 

Deducting for sick the same proportionate number as re- 
ported sick in Reed's regiment (23), leaves . 593 
Reed's regiment, as reported present and fit for duty June 

14, 539 

Capt. Reuben Dow's company, Prescott's regiment, . 59 



42 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Other New Hampshire men in Prescott's regiment, as stated 
by Hon. S. T. Worcester after an examination of Col. 
Prescott's rolls, ....... 50 

Plaistow men in Col. Frye's regiment, .... 4 



1245 

Deduct for deserters in Stark's regiment, and for sick in 
Captain Dow's company, . . . . . . 15 



Leaves ......... 1230 

New Hampshire men. which is more than half of the American force 
that was actually engaged in the battle. 

In a letter to the Committee of Safety, dated June 23, 1775, Gen. 
Folsom stated that Col. Stark's regiment still consisted of thirteen 
companies ; but there is no evidence to show that he had any more 
with him in the battle than the ten mentioned above. It is stated by 
historians that there were three New Hampshire companies under 
the command of Col. Paul Dudley Sargent, of Amherst, which were 
sent forward too late for service, although Col. Sargent had during 
the day requested permission to join Stark and Reed. These may 
have been the other three of Stark's. 

The following account of the killed and wounded is taken princi- 
pally from an article prepared by Hon Geo. W. Nesmith, who spent 
considerable time in research. 

Stark's Regiment. Killed, 75, viz. : 

Maj. Andrew M c Clary, Epsom Moses Poor 

Capt. Isaac Baldwin, Hillsboro' Thomas Collins 

Henry Glover Geo. Shannon 

James Reed Henniker Wm. M c Crillis, Epsom 

John Manuel Boscawen Caleb Dalton 

Reuben Kemp Gorlstown Wm. Mitchell Concord 

The three others are unknown. 

Wounded, 45, viz. : 

Randall M c Allister~) Martin Montgomery L'derry 

Geo. M c Leod >■ Peterboro' Thomas Green Swanzey 

John Graham ) Josiah Allen. Allenstown 

Nathan Hoit ) n , , T Broderick 

t t> 1 • r "em broke *» u ^ D n 

J. Kobmson ) Abner Gage relham 

John Simpson, Windham Ephraim Kelley, Salem 

Seth Cutter, Pel ham Wm. Spalding, Brookline 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



43 



John Cypher 

Alexander Patterson, Henniker. 

Jonathan Gilman, Deerfield. 

Moses Trussell, Hopkinton. 

Archibald M c Millan, New Boston. 

Elias Rano Salisbury 

Charles Rice Surry 

Jacob Elliot 

William Smart 

Peter Johnson Enfield 

Others unknown. 



Samuel Miliiken. 
Andrew M c Gaffey, Sandwich 
Weymouth Wallace, Epsom 
Abraham Kimball, Henniker 
Peter Robinson, Amherst 
Daniel M c Grath, taken prisoner 
James Winn Richmond 
Andrew Aiken, Deering ? 
R. B. Wilkins, Amherst 
John Hunter, New Boston 



Reed's Regiment. Killed or mortally zvounded, 13, viz. 



J. Patten 

Parker Hills, Candia 

Joseph Farwell — Charlestown 

James Hutchinson 

Isaac Adams Rindge 

David Carleton 

John Davis Chesterfield 

John Melvin 



John Cole Amherst 

Geo. Carleton ) D . , 
t t • / Kinase 

Jona. Lovcjoy ) & 

B. Parker, Swanzey. 

Jesse Lund, Dunstable 

Joseph Blood, Mason 

Ebnr. Blood Mason 



Wounded. 17, viz. : 



John Varnum ) ^ ,. 
o i a/t mi r Candia 

Samuel Morrill ) 

Edward Waldo, Alstead 

Joshua Ellis, Keene 

Lem. Wentworth 

Capt. Wm. Scott ) ^ , ■, , 

t\ -j -o ^ V Peterborough 

David Scott j ft 

Asa Cram, Wilton 
Others unknown. 



Nath 1 Leavitt Hampstead 
John Thompson Rindge 
Jacob Wellman Lyndeborough 
Josiah Barton, Chichester ? 
Josiah Walton Chesterfield 
Josiah Greeley 
*Paul Clogstone, Dunstable 
* Jonathan Gray, Wilton 



Captain Reuben Dow's Co. Killed, (5, viz. : 



Nathan Blood, 
Peter Poor, 

All of Hollis. 



Phinehas Nevins. 
Isaac Hobart, 



Wounded, j, viz. : 



Capt. Reuben Dow, Francis Powers, 
Ephraim Blood, Thomas Pratt, 

All of Hollis. 



Thomas Wheat, 
Jacob Boynton. 



William Wood. 



* Died of their wounds. 



44 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Hollis A fen i?i Capt. Mann's Co., Prescott 's Reg. 

Ebenezer Youngman. Thomas Colburn. 
Both killed. 

Plalstow Men in Col. Prye's Reg. Killed. 

Simeon Pike ; — wounded, James Pike. 

Wm. Lowell, Warner, same regiment, wounded 

Whole number killed or mortally wounded, ... 41 
Whole number wounded, not mortally, ... 67 



Total killed and wounded, ...... 108 

The foregoing is a record of which New Hampshire has reason to 
be proud. It is the result of much research, taking considerable time 
of the editor, and he believes that it is substantially correct. 

His excuse for this lengthy preliminary chapter is his belief that 
many of the facts herein presented are not known to the majority of 
our citizens, and that they ought to be placed where they will be 
accessible to them all, so that they may the more fully understand 
the important service performed by the men from New Hampshire 
in that memorable struggle. In order to fully appreciate those ser- 
vices, it must be borne in mind that the forces of Stark and Reed 
were undisciplined, armed with guns of different calibers, with but 
few bayonets, without cartridges, and with but little ammunition of 
any kind, — notwithstanding which they repulsed two desperate at- 
tacks made by the flower of the regular British army, led by Gen. 
Howe in person, and bravely held their position until their small 
stock of ammunition had become exhausted, the force in the redoubt 
had retreated, and their position rendered untenable. 

Honor to whom honor is due. 



[1-86] [General Polsom's Orders."] 

Medford June 22, 1775 
Col . Stark 

You are hereby ordered to draft seventy good effective men with 
proper officers from your Regiment to labour on Winter Hill tomorrow 
see they are properly equip'd with tools arms and provisions for twenty 
four hours — Col" M c Duffee is appointed Commanding Officer for the 
Day. Nath 1 Folsom, Gen 1 . 

[The same document contains a similar order to Col. Reed for fifty 
men. — Ed.] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



General Orders 



45 



That the Tents now arrived in Camp be divided between the two Reg- 
iments under Col Stark and Col Reed — June 24 th . 



[1-88] [Commissary Emerson to Committee of Safety. ~\ 

Medford June 28 th 1775 

Hon ble Com ttee of Safety 

Gent n 

I am favour'd with yours of 26 th ins* per M r Bearing who arrived this 
day and delivered the Articles sent by him — I should have wrote before 
this, but have not as yet been able to get any regular Returns of our 
Troops Ever since the Engagement they have been all hurry and Confu- 
sion, busie entrenching & preparing to receive the Enemy — The Troops 
that were in the late Engagement lost their Blanketts & Cloths, the for- 
mer of which is but poorly supply'd by the arrival of Dearing many more 
are wanting — As for Picks & Shovells there is a Supply having bought 
some & received some from Cambridge — Gen 1 Folsome informes me that 
he has wrote the needful with respect to the Surgeons in Col Starkes's & 
Reed's Regiments. Before I arriv'd Col Starkes borrow'd a large Chest 
of Medicin of Massachusetts, which with that brought by Doct r Adams 
& a small one sent by Doct r Cutter is thot to be a pretty good supply for 
the present — I have not as yet begun to deliv r out Stores but expect to 
begin the day after tomorrow if a supply comes in, at present have but 
eleven Barr 1 Pork & 10 of Flour in Store — Every Thing is unsettled yet, 
cant informe you what Quantity of fresh Beef our Troops can consume 
in a Week sho d think near about 6000 Tents wooden Bowles & Platters 
& spoons are very much wanted — I shall endeavour to informe you of 
affairs by every Opportunity and am with Respect 
Your Obed 1 hum 1 Serv* 

Moses Emerson 
July I st 
Gent n 

Missing the Opportunity of sending the foregoing, can informe you ot 
the receipt of Nine bbls Pork more, 51. bbls of Flour, 7, Teirces Rice, 
14 Firkins Butter & 49 Quin 1 Fish Yesterday I began to Deliver Stores 
to our Troops & find my hands full — Gen 1 Washington is expected at 
Watertown this day — great preparations are making for his Reception — 
There is great Cry among the Soldiers for their Money — I am Your 
Obed* Serv* 

Moses Emerson 

[Moses Emerson, of Durham, was appointed "Commissary for the 
Army," May 25, 1775. — Ed.] 



4 6 



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[i-8 9 ] 



\_Maj. McClary' s Losses, etc.'] 



The Following is an Ace 1 , of Sundry losses Sustained by Major M c - 
Clary in a late Battle between the regular Troops and the Americans at 
Charlestown Neck, and Services done towards his Burying — 



June 17 : 1775-T0 a New Bridle lost 

To a pair of Silver kneebuc 8 . 
To 1 pair of Stone Buttons 
To keeping a Horse 6 weeks at 
Col : Royals at 6 s per week 
To a Coffin for the deceased 
To digging a Grave for d° 
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[Major Andrew McClary went from Epsom. He was a man of fine 
personal appearance, and a brave officer. He was with the regiment 
at Bunker Hill, and was killed by a chance shot from the enemy dur- 
ing the retreat. — Ed.] 



[1-90] 



[ Col. Stark's Staff, May, 1775.] 



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Lieu* Col" Isaac Wyman 
Maj r And w M c Clary 
Chaplain, W m Fessenden 
Surgeon, Calvin Frink 
Mate. Obadiah Williams 



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Serg* Maj r James Grey 

Quar r M 1 John Caldwell 

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[1-102] [Colonel Reed' s Regiment, Captain Hut chins' s Company.^ 
A list of Cap 1 Hezekiah Hutchins Comp y June 9. 1775 



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age 


occupation 


place of abode 


County 


Cap' Hezek h Hutchins 




Hampstead 


Rockingham 


L l Amos Emerson 
Ebenezer Wells 


22 


Husbandman 


[Chester] 
Sandown 


do 
do 


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22 


joiner 


Chester 


do 


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28 


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Candia 


do 


William Shannon 


l 9 


do 


Chester 


do 


Biley Smith 
Samuel Healey 


2 3 

25 


do 
do 


Raymond 
do 


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do 


Joseph Smith 


22 


do 


Chester 


do 


Sam 1 Brown 


21 


do 


do 


do 


William Gross [Goss] 


37 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Peter Severance 


21 


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do 


do 


William Severance 


23 


do 


L. Derry 


do 


Sam 1 Morse 


24 


do 


Chester 


do 


Reuben Sanborn 


20 


Taylor 


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do 


Josiah Morse Jr. 


28 


Weaver 


do 


do 


Joseph Spillard 
Moses Webster 


40 
20 


Taylor 
Husbandman 


do 
do 


do 
do 


John Hills 


36 


do 


Candia 


do 


Sam 1 Morrill 


25 


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do 


do 


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18 


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do 


do 


Amos Knowls 


r 9 


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do 


do 


John Clefibrd 


33 


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do 


do 


David Currier 


21 


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Chester 


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Thomas Wilson 


r 9 


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do 


John Lane Jr 


42 


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do 


John Tuck 


29 


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do 


John Lane 3 d 


l 7 


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do 


Simon Nor ten 


l 7 


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do 


do 


James Randell 


29 


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do 


William Rendall 


27 


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do 


John Morrison 


l 9 


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Zebed h Heath 


43 


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Sandown 


do 


James Goss 
Levi Hildrith 


39 
20 


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do 
do 


Thomas Wood 


18 


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Peter Stevens 


26 


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Sandown 


do 


Thomas Wadleigh 


20 


do 


Hampstead 


do 


Reuben Heath 


22 


do 


do 


do 


Jeremiah Foster 


30 


do 


Atkinson 


do 



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77 



MENS NAMES 


age 


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place of abode 


County 


John Wadleigh 


18 


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Rockingham 


Levi Mills 


20 


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19 


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J 7 


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28 


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Richard Heath 




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Gilbert Bond 


l 9 


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22 


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do 


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19 


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19 


Tanner 


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do 


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20 


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do 


Moses Whitaker 


33 


Miller 


Atkinson 


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T 9 


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20 


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20 


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Sam 1 Heath 


19 


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do 


do 


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49 


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do 


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36 


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do 


do 


Roberts Hale 


15 


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do 


do 


Ephraim Hutchins 


J 7 


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do 


do 


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2 3 


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do 


Micah Chaplain 


3° 


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do 


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5° 


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Sandown 


do 


Theop s Griffin 


5o 


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do 


do 


Moses Page 


21 


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Atkinson 


do 



Men mustered 61 present — absent 3 viz. Reuben Heath Richard Heath 
Eph m Hutchins. 

The aforesaid Men (except the three absent) are able Bodied Effective 
Men Mustered reviewed & sworn by me 

Sam 1 Hobart M. Master 



Cap* Hutchins sworn before Committee of Safety June 17 1775 & had 
his Commission did him 



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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 79 

[1-105] [Col. Reed's Return of Losses, ,] 

Return of the Loss Sustained by the Regiment under the Command of 
Col James Reed 

1 Corporal j Km 2 Sarjeants ) Wounded 

3 Privates j 26 Privates ) 

1 Private missing 

Cloathing & Implements lost in the retreat 

103 Blanketts 218 Shirts 4 Cartridge Boxes 

133 Coats 46 Pr Trowses 5 Swords 

26 Waistcoats 4 Hatts 3 Pistols 

62 Pair Breeches 99 Haversacks 1 fife 

189 Pair Stockins 36 Gunns 3 Drumms 

47 Pair Shoes 1 Bagonet 

True Copy of Return made June 22, 1775 — 
[Superscribed.] Return of Reeds Loss on y e 17 th June 

Col Gilmans Ac 1 
account of sundreys lost at the Battel on Bunkers Hill June 17 th 1775 

to par of new Boots 26s — 1, 6, o 

to one Ratan whip 6s one inck pot 156 o, 7, 6 

to one new case of knives & forks 4^4 o, 4, 4 

to other waer is — 1, o 

pd mis Blanchard for lodging when sick 

pd for lamb & fowl 1510 

pd for shugar is6 paid for Bread 153 

paid one quart of Brandy 2s — 

pd for Quart of claret 35 — 



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TO/ 



[COLONEL ENOCH POOR'S REGIMENT, 1775.] 

[On the 24th day of May, 1775, the "Fourth Provincial Congress" 
of New Hampshire appointed Enoch Poor, of Exeter, colonel, John 
McDuffee, of Rochester, lieutenant-colonel, and Joseph Cilley, of 
Nottingham, major, of a regiment of troops to be raised and known 
as the second New Hampshire regiment ; and authorized the com- 
mittee of safety to issue orders for enlisting the men. Accordingly 
on the same day the committee issued orders to the following per- 
sons to enlist each a company of sixty-two able-bodied effective men, 
viz., — 



Winborn Adams, Durham. 
Winthrop Rowe, Kensington. 
Henry Elkins, Hampton. 
Samuel Gilman, New Market. 
Philip Tilton, Kingston. 



Benjamin Titcomb, Dover. 
Jonathan Wentworth, Somersworth. 
Jeremiah Clough, Canterbury. 
James Norris, Epping. 
Zaccheus Clough, Poplin. 



The following are all that can be found of the muster-rolls of this 
regiment. They are of especial value as giving the residence, age, 
and occupation of the men. — Ed.] 



[1-117] [Captain Adams's Co.~\ 

A list of Cap* Winborn Adams Company June 2 d , 1775. 



MENS NAMES 


age 


occupation 


Town in which 
they live 


county to which 
thej belong 


Cap* Winborn Adams 




[Durham] 




John Griffin 






u 




Zebulon Drew 


vears 




u 




Step n Jones Thomas 


"24 


Gent 


Durham 


Strafford 


Micah Davis 


34 


Husbandman 


Do 


Do 


Trueworthy Davis Durgan 


21 


Do 


Do 


Do 


William Adams 


J 9 


Taylor 


do 


do 


John Neal 


33 


Carpenter 


Barnstead 


do 


John Starboard 
Sam 1 Demerit 


21 


Husbandman 


Durham 


do 


IQ 


do 


do 


do 


Charles Bamford Jr 


36 


do 


Barrington 


do 


John Drisco 


21 


do 


Durham 


do 


Tobias Leighton 


37 


Joiner 


do 


do 



ioS 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 


age 
40 


occupation 


Town in which 
they live. 


county to which 
they belong 


Robert Leathers 


Husbandman 


Durham 


Strafford 


Eph" Tibbets 


21 


Joiner 


Madbury 


do 


David Rand 


28 


Blacksmith 


Durham 


do 


Daniel Xutc 


22 


Husbandman 


Madbury 


do 


David Cops 


2 5 


Turner 


Durham 


do 


Robot Wille 


22 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


James Leighton 


2 5 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Thorn'. Ellisson 


21 


Husbandman 


Barrington 


do 


James Thomas 


34 


do 


Durham 


do 


John Collins 


2 5 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Jerem y Young 


18 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


Joseph Kendall 


l 9 


Taylor 


do 


do 


Samuel Saver 


21 


Ditto 


do 


do 


Eliphalet Durgin 


22 


Joiner 


do 


do 


Solomon Runnals 


2 3 


Tanner 


do 


do 


Abijah Blaisdell 


21 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Ezekiel Wille 


5* 


Carpenter 


Lee 


do 


John Demerit 


26 


Blacksmith 


Madbury 


do 


Ebenezer Chesley 


18 


Cordwainer 


Durham 


do 


Sam'. Hill Clark 


22 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


Sam 1 . Clough 


29 


do 


do 


do 


Joseph Bickford 


21 


do 


do 


do 


Josiah Burnum 


23 


Taylor 


Lee 


do 


Dudley Davis 


27 


Husbandman 


Barrington 


do 


John Williams 


28 


do 


Lee 


do 


Thorn 9 . Davis 


27 


do 


Durham 


do 


Nath' Jenkans 


26 


do 


Barrington 


do 


Sam 1 . Smith 


2 3 


do 


Madbury 


do 


♦John Johnson 


20 


do 


Durham 


do 


Joseph Smith 


21 


do 


do 


do 


1 )aniel Pinkham 


21 


do 


Madbury 


do 


Eli Bickford 


21 


do 


Lee 


do 


John Clough 


26 


do 


Durham 


do 


John Colbath 


22 


do 


do 


do 


John BUSS 


33 


do 


do 


do 


Winth'p Wiggan 


30 


Carpenter 


Newmarket 


Rockingham 


John Glover 


24 


Husbandman 


Durham 


Strafford 


Lemuel Nutter 


35 


Joiner 


Newington 


Rockingham 


Joseph Leighton 


22 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


Thomas Thompson 


2 3 


C( 


Durham 


Strafford 


" \|. >ses Meader 


33 


Husbandman 


Durham 


Strafford 



•received by the Committee and sworn instead of John Johnson within 
named. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



109 



MENS NAMES 


age 


occupation 


Town in which 
they live 


county to which 
they belong 


Enoch Green 


IQ 


Hatter 


Durham 


Strafford 


John Sias 


21 


Husbandman 


Lee 


do 


Thomas Politick 


2^ 


do 


Durham 


do 


Daniel Shaw 


22 


do 


Lee 


do 


John Leathers 


22 


do 


Lee 


do 


Will m Smart 


20 


Cordwainer 


Durham 


do 


Nicholas Tuttle 


22 


Husbandman 


Middletown 


do 


Enoch Runnals 


21 


do 


Lee 


do 


Isaac Tuttle 


22 


do 


Dover 


do 


Lewis Kynaston 


24 


Taylor 


Newmarket 


Rockingham 


Joseph Buzzel 


46 


Husbandman 


Madbury 


Strafford 


Simon Batchelder 


18 


do 


Northwood 


Rockingham 


Benj a . Johnson 


2 3 


do 


do 


do 


Amos Fernald 


24 


Cordwainer 


Lee 


Strafford 


James Thompson 


26 


Joiner 


Durham 


do 



Total 68 men Including the Captain, which said Men are good effect- 
ive able Bodied Men Mustered & Received by me. June 2 d , 1775 

per Sam 1 . Hobart 



N. B. the aforesaid Men Took the oath proposed by the Hon 1 . Con- 
gress, at the same time, 

1 1 Hobart Jus Pacis 



before me. 



Sai 



[1-119] \_Cafitain Rowe's Co.'] 

A list of Cap 4 Winthrop Rowe's Comp y June 3 d 1 775 



MENS NAMES 


age 
years 


occupation 


place of abode 


county to which 
they belong 


Cap 1 Winthrop Rowe 




[Kensington] 




L* Zebu Ion Hilyard 






[Hampton F 


alls.] 


L* Abraham Sanburn 






[Poplin, now 


Fremont.] 


Serg* Moses Shaw jr 


26 


Husbandman 


Kensington 


Rockingham 


Ser^* Joseph Leach 


W 


S. Wright 


Hampton 


Do 


Serg* Tim Blake Lock 


SQ 


Cordwainer 


Kensington 


Do 


Serg 1 Richard Weare 


2S 


Cabinet maker 


Hamp n falls 


Do 


John Smith Sandborn \ 


^6 


Husband 11 


Kensington 


Do 


John Lnne j i 


22 


D to 


D to 


D to 


Joseph Batchelder 


^0 


D to 


D to 


D to 


Serg 1 Ebn r Clifford 


28 


Joiner 


D to 


D to 



I IO 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS N IMES 


age 
20 


occupation 


place of abode 


county to which 
they belong 


Caleb Shaw Jun 1 


Taylor 


Kensington 


Rockingham 


[oseph Shaw 


22 


Husband 


J) to 


D to 


[esse Prescott 


iS 


Taylor 


D to 


D to 


Levi Blake 


18 


Cordwainer 


D to 


D to 


Daniel Weare 


] 7 


Husband 


D t0 


D to 


John Rawlands 


2 3 


Cordwainer 


D to 


D to 


Samuel Clifford 


l 9 


Husband 


D to 


D to 


Elisha Prescott Jun* 


22 


D to 


Hampt" Falls 


D to 


Jonathan Flood 


3 1 


D to 


Exeter 


D to 


Martin Prescott 


36 


Cordwainer 


Kensing 1 " 


D to 


Joseph Fogg 


22 


Clerk 


D to 


D to 


Jonathan Fellows 


18 


Husband 


D to 


D to 


Josiah Blake 


5° 


D to 


D to 


D to 


Noah Robbinson 


J 9 


Bl Smith 


Exeter 


D to 


Thomas Batchelder 


l 9 


Cordwainer 


Hamp Falls 


D to 


Eliphalet Lord 


20 


Hatter 


Exeter 


D to 


Joseph Dow 


28 


Husband 


Kensing. 


D to 


Josiah White 


34 


Cord wain 


D t0 


D to 


Moses Perkins 


3 2 


Tavlor 


D t0 


D to 


David Stewart 


3 1 


B. Smith 


D t0 


D to 


John Stevens 


33 


Husband 


D to 


D to 


James Fogg 


36 


D t0 


D t0 


D to 


Aaron Page 


3° 


D to 


D to 


D to 


Jeremiah Moulton 


18 


Cordwainer 


Kensington 


D to 


Moses Clarke 


l 9 


B. Smith 


Exeter 


D to 


Moses Rawlins 


l 9 


B. Smith 


D to 


D t0 


Thomas Creighton 


38 


S. Wright 


D to 


D to 


Spencer Wallas 


3° 


D to 


D to 


D to 


Asa Ireland 


22 


Sadler 


D to 


D to 


Jonathan Brown 


33 


Husband" 


Hamp Falls 


D to 


Gideon Marshall 


24 


S. Wright 


D to 


D t0 


Richard Mace 


5° 


D*° 


D to 


D to 


Philip Bums 


3 1 


B. Smith 


D to 


D to 


josiah Perver 


26 


Husband" 


D to 


D to 


Jonathan Stewart 


2 3 


B. Smith 


D «o 


D to 


Robert Marshall 


22 


Husband" 


D to 


D to 


Noys Perver 


24 


D to 


D to 


D to 


Bradbury 1 [andy 


27 


D to 


D t0 


D to 


Jonathan 1 [andy 


2 3 


D to 


D to 


D to 


] oseph Stickney 


'9 


B. Smith 


D to 


D to 


Lowell Lang 


21 


Taylor 


D to 


D to 


Samuel fames 


2 7 


D to 


D to 


D to 


Reubin Swain 


21 


D to 


D to 


D to 


Bbenezer French 


20 


Husband" 


S. Hampton 


D to 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Ill 



MENS NAMES 


age 
21 


occupation 


place of abode 


county to which 
they belong 


James Beel 


Cordwain 


Exeter 


Rockingham 


Sam 1 Longfellow 


21 


Husband 11 


Kensington 


D to 


Sherborn Sandborn 


IQ 


Cordwainer 


D to 


D to 


William Muggridge 


l 7 


B. Smith 


Exeter 


D to 


Jeremiah Sanborn 


18 


Husband 11 


Kensington 


D t0 


William M c Kim 


47 


Barber 


Exeter 


D to 


Jewett Sanburn 


16 


Husband 11 


Kensington 


D t0 


Hussey Hoeg 


2Q 


Cordwainer 


H. Falls 


D to 


Eleazer Gove 


44 


Fisherman 


Seabrook 


D to 


John Gliden 


21 


Husband 


Kensington 


D to 



Robert Miller 



6$ officers included 

2i Husbandman Kensington D t0 Molatto 



if the Com tee will accept him 
Total officers & Rank & file 66 Includ s the Molatto — which were Mus- 
tered & Sworn June 3 d 1775 by me 

Sam 1 Hobart Muster Master 

Joseph Fogg Marston Prescott Asa Ireland Bradbury Hardy and 
Timothy Blake Lock — named in the foregoing Roll are dismiss'd at their 
request 

Enoch Poor Col 



Phinehas Page 
Jon a Miller 
Samuel Smith 
Josiah Lock 



20 
20 

24 

18 



husband™ 
fisherman 
husband" 1 
husband™ 



Place of abode 



Kensington 
Hampton falls 
Leavittstown 

Kensington 



County 



Rockingham 

Do 

Strafford 

Rockingham 



The four Persons last above named were Mustered & reviewed June 

17 th 1775 

Enoch Poor Muster Master 

N B the same day they were sworn before the Committee of Safety 

Attest E. Thompson 



112 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[1-120] \_Captai)i Til ton's Co.~\ 

A list of Cap 1 Philip Tiltons Comp y June 12, 1775 



Ml NS NAMES 


age 


occupation 


Place of abode 


County 


Cap' Philip Tilton 




Kingston 


Rockingham 


Lieut. Jacob Webster 






do 


do 


Ens. John Tilton 






Sandovvn 


do 


Jonathan I [use 


29 

3° 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


David Tilton 


Miller 


do 


do 


Ebenezer Tucker 


2 5 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


Samuel Ilussey 


2 7 


do 


do 


do 


Nathan Sleeper 


21 


do 


do 


do 


Oliver Smith Blake 


34 


do 


do 


do 


John Fuller 


21 


do 


do 


do 


'Timothy Wells 


22 


do 


do 


do 


Reuben Clough 


21 


do 


do 


do 


Joel Judgkins 


18 


do 


do 


do 


Isaac Colby 


20 


do 


do 


do 


Levi Colby 


22 


do 


do 


do 


Thomas Fuller 


3° 


do 


do 


do 


Richard Fitts 


18 


do 


do 


do 


Caleb Richardson 


l 9 


do 


Chester 


do 


John Fifield 


22 


do 


Kingstown 


do 


John Ward 


36 


do 


Kensington 


do 


Trueworthy Palmer 


26 


Taylor 


Kingstown 


do 


Edward Fifield 


20 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


Dudley Gilman 


T 9 


do 


do 


do 


Jon a Cass 


2 5 


do 


do 


do 


Ephraim Carter 


2 3 


do 


Newtown 


do 


Jacob Blaizdel 


21 


B. Smith 


do 


do 


Parker Cooper 


40 


Husbandman 


S. Hampton 


do 


Joshua French Ju* 


22 


do 


Kingstown 


do 


Edward Magoon 


20 


do 


do 


do 


Charles Barnard 


27 


do 


Almsbury 


Essex 


Richard Bartlett 


20 


do 


do 


do 


Thomas Heal 


3° 


B. Smith 


Kingstown 


Rockingham 


Jonathan Chase 


26 


Husbandman 


Brintwood 


do^ 


Simon ( rilman 


-M 


B. Smith 


do 


do 


Jon" Dudley 


33 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


Daniel Doller 


21 


do 


do 


do 


Joseph Marsh 


21 


B. Smith 


Exeter 


do 


M< >ses 1 1 untoon 


20 


Husbandman 


Kingstown 


do 


Tho" Philbrick Iluntoon 


11 


do 


do 


do 


b>n' Collins 


30 


do 


do 


do 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



US 



MENS NAMES 


age 


occupation 


Place of abode 


County 


Jonathan Davis 


20 


Husbandman 


Kingstown 


Rockingham 


Jacob Silleway 


20 


do 


do 


do 


Timothy Queenby 


2 5 


do 


do 


do 


Jeremiah Been 


21 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Joseph Calf Jr 


IO - 


do 


do 


do 


Moses Woodman 


3 2 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


Jon a Sleeper 


22 


do 


do 


do 


Sam 1 Severance 


34 


do 


do 


do 


Caleb Huntoon 


27 


do 


Unity 


Cheshire 


Josiah Huntoon 


18 


do 


do 


do 


Jonathan Wead 


22 


Cordwainer 


Brintwood 


Rockingham 


David Kelley 


28 


B. Smith 


Kingstown 


do 


William Tandy Jr 


21 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


Daniel Woodman 


22 


do 


do 


do 


Daniel Queenby 


20 


do 


do 


do 


Eliph* Queenby 


18 


do 


do 


do 


Mark Purmot 


20 


Joiner 


do 


do 


Ebenezer Procter 


18 


B. Smith 


do 


do 


Nath 1 Coffen 


26 


Husbandman 


Exeter 


do 


Benj a Loud 


20 


Barber 


do 


do 


David Burbank 


24 


Joiner 


Brintwood 


do 


John French 


29 


do 


Poplin 


do 


Moses Blake 


35 


Husbandman 


Kensingtown 


do 


James Nichols 


3S 


B. Smith 


Brintwood 


Rock'g 


Israel Smith 


24 


Husband 11 


do 


do 


Joseph Leavit 


50 


do 


Exeter 


do 


John Sweat 


22 


Joiner 


Kingstown 


do 


Nath 1 Clark 


2 3 


Cordwainer 


Brintwood 


do 


Enoch Greele 


21 


Husbandman 


Kingstown 


do 



65 present Rank & file, & John Sweat absent. 

The aforesaid Men except John Sweat, were mustered reviewed & 
Sworn (being able Bodied effective men) 

by me Sam 1 Hobart M master 

officers sworn & rec d their Commissions 14 th June 

12 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



II 4 

[[-121] [ Captai?i Titcomb's Co.~\ 

A li>t of Benj a Titcomb's Comp y June 13, 1775 6 th Poor's Reg* 



Ml NS NAMES 


age 


occupation 


place of abode 


County 


Cap' Benj" Titcomb 


) 


Dover 


Strafford 


L l Frederick W Bell 




[ 


Dover 




Ens. Ephraim Evans 




) 


Dover 




John Friend 


26 


Cordwainer 


Dover 


do 


James Horn 


21 


Yeoman 


do 


do 


Edward Dearborn 


2 3 


do 


do 


do 


Daniel 1 lorn 


22 


do 


do 


do 


Jonathan Simons 


3° 


Sadler 


do 


do 


Phinehas Wentworth 


24 


Yeoman 


do 


do 


Moses Brown 


28 


do 


do 


do 


Zeath Henderson 


24 


do 


do 


do 


Jeremiah Tibbetts 


34 


do 


do 


do 


Eliphalet Cloutman 


2 3 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


John Ham 


2 3 


Yeoman 


do 


do 


Amos Howard 


2 3 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Febens Holden 


2 5 


do 


do 


do 


Jonathan Horn 


20 


Joiner 


do 


do 


Thomas Meeder 


20 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


James Burnham Jr. 


21 


Joiner 


Somersworth 


do 


Anthony Hanson 


3° 


Black Smith 


Do vet- 


do 


Daniel dishing 


22 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Nathaniel Watson 


22 


Yeoman 


do 


do 


Winthrop Watson 


2 5 


do 


do 


do 


Jonathan Downing 


2 5 


do 


Rochester 


do 


Benj' Roberts 


21 


do 


Dover 


do 


Aaron Leighton 


3° 


do 


Barrington 


do 


Ephraim Perkins 


21 


do 


Dover 


do 


Samuel Meeder 


3° 


do 


Barrington 


do 


Tho 1 Garland 


22 


do 


do 


do 


Nathan 1 Foss Jr 


20 


do 


do 


do 


\\' m Evelet 


20 


do 


Dover 


do 


James Danielson 


2 5 


do 


Barrington 


do 


W'" Young 


26 


do 


Dover 


do 


Daniel Young 


20 


Cooper 


do 


do 


I )a\ id I [odgsdon 


l 9 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


CheiK-\ Smith 


20 


Yeoman 


do 


do 


Jeremiah Gould 


2 3 


do 


Wolf borough 


do 


Nathaniel Church 


24 


do 


Barrington 


do 


Nathan Foss 


20 


do 


do 


do 


[chabod Tibbets 


22 


do 


Wolfborough 


do 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



115 



MENS NAMES 


age 
26 


occupation 


place of abode 


County 


Abraham Lebbey 


Yeoman 


Newdurh m 


Strafford 


Enoch Chase 


3 2 


Joiner 


Dover 


do 


Jacob Hossom 


38 


Yeoman 


do 


do 


Samuel Hall 


27 


do 


Barrington 


do 


Benj a Hall 


35 


do 


do 


do 


Thomas Berry 


22 


do 


do 


do 


Elijah Otis 


24 


Black Smith 


do 


do 


W m Gray 


48 


Yeoman 


do 


do 


Paul Buzzell 


l 9 


do 


do 


do 


Ebenezer Curnell 


40 


do 


do 


do 


Andrew Anderson 


21 


do 


Dover 


do 


Daniel M c Neal 


24 


do 


Rochester 


do 


Jonathan Hodgsdon Jr. 


20 


do 


do 


do 


John Richards Jr. 


2 5 


do 


do 


do 


John Bergin 


3° 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Trios. Furber 


26 


Taylor 


do 


do 


John Walker 


26 


Yeoman 


do 


do 


Edward Rollings 


21 


do 


do 


do 


Ebenez 1 " Horn 


26 


do 


do 


do 


Joseph Richardson 


2 3 


do 


Dover 


do 


Thomas Tolley 


27 


do 


Roche st r 


do 


James Lucas 


2 3 


do 


Wolfborough 


do 


Barzillia Hinds 


2 5 


do 


New Durham 


do 


Moses Tibbets 


2 5 


do 


Wolfborough 


do 


W m Mord nt Bell 


l 9 


do 


New Castle 


Rockingham 


Robert Carson 


27 


do 


New Durham 


Strafford 


John Titcomb 


i5 


Husbandman 


Dover 


Do 



63, Rank & file, exclusive of officers Mustered reviewed & sworn June 
13 th 1775, being able bodied effective Men 

by me Sam 1 Hobart M master 



n6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[ i - 1 2 2 ] [ Cap I a in A orris's Co . ] 

A list of Cap 1 James Norris's Comp y . June 15 th 1775 9 th Poor's Regt. 



MENS NAMES 




occupation 


place of abode 


County 


Cap' James Norris 




Epping 


Rockingham 


L l Simon Dearborn 






do 


do 


Ens. John Gilman 






do 


do 


Paul Hall Grant 




Joiner 


do 


do 


William Page 


20 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


David Fogg 


18 


do 


do 


do 


David Marston 


18 


do 


do 


do 


Jonathan Kelley 


3° 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


Stephen Leavitt 


21 


do 


do 


do 


Jonathan Sanborn 


22 


Cordwainer 


do 


do 


Ebenezer Dow 


34 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


Benjamin Smart 


38 


do 


do 


do 


Eliph 1 Norris 


18 


B. Smith 


Exeter 


do 


James Norris 3 d 


37 


Husbandman 


Epping 


do 


Nath 1 French 


J 9 


do 


Lee 


Strafford 


Robert Blake 


23 


Taylor 


Epping 


Rockingnam 


Jeremiah Robinson 


2 3 


Joiner 


do 


do 


Sam 1 Healey 


18 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


Edward Moody 


l 9 


do 


do 


do 


Abner Moody 


21 


do 


do 


do 


Sam 1 Prescott 


20 


do 


do 


do 


John Can ley 


37 


do 


do 


do 


Joseph Burleigh 


'9 


do 


do 


do 


James Lock 


24 


Cordwainer 


Rye 


do 


John Morrill 


50 


Husbandman 


Gilmanton 


Strafford 


David Fullington 


3 2 


do 


Epping 


Rockingham 


Benj a Sanborn 


3S^ 


Schoolmaster 


Poplin 


do 


David Batchelder 


3° 


Cordwainer 


Raymond 


do 


Daniel Barber Jr. 


22 


Husbandman 


Epping 


do 


Elisha Chapman 


22 


B. Smith 


do 


do 


John Bean 


20 


Husbandman 


Poplin 


do 


James Sanborn Jr 


l 9 


Cordwainer 


Epping 


do 


Benj" Gilman 


18 


do 


Lee 


Strafford 


William Brown 


21 


Husbandman 


Epping 


Rockingham 


Ezekiel French 


21 


Joiner 


do 


do 


Nath 1 . Hardy 


r 9 


Husbandman 


Lee 


Strafford 


Nath 1 Bartlett 


iS 


do 


Epping 


Rockingham 


Zebulon Edgerly 


36 


do 


do 


do 


[ames ( Jonlon 


37 


do 


do 


do 


josiah Towle 


2 3 


do 


do 


do 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



117 



MENS NAMES 


age 
26 


occupation 


place of abode 


County 


Josiah Edgerly 


Husbandman 


Epping 


Rockingham 


John Batchelder 


44 


do 


Deerfield 


do 


Francis Chamberlin 


24 


do 


Epping 


do 


Ephr m Drake 


28 


Cordwainer 


M. Borough 


Strafford 


Tho 8 . Blanchard Ashton 


2S 


Husbandman 


Nottingham 


Rockingham 


Simon Dearborn Jr. 


*5 


do 


Epping 


do 


John Knowls 


40 


do 


Poplin 


do 


Benj a Towle 


30 


do 


Candia 


do 


Jon a Rawlings 


33 


do 


Nottingham 


do 


Benj a Cast 


18 


do 


Raymond 


do 


Jabez French 


iS 


do 


Epping 


do 


Aaron Rawlings 


18 


do 


do 


do 


Thomas Brown 


5° 


Housewright 


Deerfield 


do 


Reuben Perkins 


26 


Husbandman 


do 


do 


Eliph*. Griffin 


24 


do 


do 


do 


Enoch Cate 


20 


do 


do 


do 


Enoch French 


22 


do 


do 


do 


Dudley Gilman 


18 


do 


Epping 


do 


John Thurston 


20 


do 


Deerfield 


do 


Nath 1 Philbrook 


26 


do 


do 


do 


Nath 1 Batchelder 


45 


do 


do 


do 


Sam 1 Daniels 


J 7 


do 


Nottingham 


do 


James Norris 


16 


do 


Epping 


do 


William Page 


22 


do 


do 


do 


n resent 6t R:i 


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The aforesaid Men, are able Bodied Effective Men — Mustered, review- 
ed & sworn, all except James Lock June 15 th , 1 775 — 

by me Sam 1 . Hobart Muster master 

Cap* Norris & his Subaltern officers sworn before the Committee of 
Safety & received their Commissions June 17 th 1775- 



fi-123] [Captain Elkins's Co.'] 

1775 The Colony of New Hampshire to Josiah Moulton Dr. 

June To mustering paying Cap* Henry Elkins Company, Col. Poors 
Reg*, one months advance wages £0.16. — 

Rec d the above Josiah Moulton 
Copy J. Gilman 



u8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



\_Captain Henry Elkins's Co. Receipt, J775-~\ 

We the Subscribers Officers & Soldiers of the Third Company in the 
Second Regiment of Foot whereof Enoch Poor Esq r . is Colonel raised 
by the Congress of the Colony of New Hampshire for the Defence of the 
American Colonies — Do hereby severally acknowledge to have received 
of Cap* Josiah Moulton Paymaster of the first months wages of said Com- 
pany, our first months wages respectively as Witness our hands July the 

7'"-"' 775- 



Henry Elkins 
Moses Leavitt 
Richard Brown 

John Taylor 
Simon Moulton 
James Wedgwood 
Abraham Libbee 
Abner Sanborn 
Joseph Dearborn 
Zachariah Towle 
John Marston 
Simon Leavitt 
Henary Batchelder 
Jabes Towle 
Jonathan Marston 
David Philbrick 
Nathan Smith Moulton 
John Dearbon 
Eben r Til ton 
Nehemiah Chase 
Benjamin Tucke 
Jeams Tuck 
Levi Robinson 



Edward Brown Moulton 
Joseph Freese 
Daniel Lamprey 
Simon Philbrick 
Simon Drake 
Ichabod Shaw- 
David Moulton 
John Mobs Moulton 
John Marston 
Zaccheus Brown 
Walter Neal 
Timothy Dalton 
Samuel Dearborn 
William Sanborn 
Richard Taylor 
Joseph Taylor 
David Marston 
Joshua Weeks 
Ebenezer Sanborn 
Levi Marston 
Simon Page 
Levi Lamper 
Jeremiah Marston 



Jonathan Fogg 
Coffin Page 
Samuel Leary 
Jonathan Goss 
Nathan Towl 

hu 

Richard X Lock 

mark 

Simon Knowls 
David Morgan 
Chris 1 Gold 
Jonathan Jenness 

Jeremiah Berry 

hii 
Nath 1 X Berry 

mark 

James Hobbs 
Simon Lane 
Josiah Mason 
Stephen Dolbeer 
Joseph Hall 
Ebenezer Lovring 
Samuel Marston 



[1-124] [Portsmouth Men in Capt. Shortridg-e's Co.~\ 

Memorandum of mens Names belonging to Postsmouth who Enlisted, 
with Cap 1 Rich' 1 Shortridge June iS, 1775. 



Shortridge 



Cap 1 Hi. 
Lieut Zac* Beal 
2' 1 I)" Nath 1 Thyn; 
John llunkins 
Thomas Chandlei 
Benj* I lame 
John Dennet 



John Hutching 
Mark Broughton 
Joseph Gerrish 
Jonathan Huntress 
William Gunnison 
Sam 1 Davis 
John Grace 



Levi Avers 
Sam 1 Broughton 
Benj n Truesdel 
Sam 1 Shortridge 
John Clark 
Lazarus Holmes 
Joseph Mace 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



II 9 



Ebenezer Stackpole 
W m Knight 
Richard Nelson 
Elisha Gunnison 
Thomas Trickey 
Benj n Newmarch 



John Lewis 
Stephen Lang 
Christopher Gardner 
John Oakes 
Cyprian Southack 
Samuel Smith 



Thomas Ayers 
John King 
Thomas Waters 
Thomas Middleton 
Joseph Nelson 



We hereby certify that the above list is just & true 

Joseph Sims 
William Langdon 
John Fernald 



Selectmen 
of Portsmouth 



[Following each private's name are placed the figures .£0.3.0, and 
the whole is footed £5.8.0. — Ed.] 



[1-125] [Captain Richard Shortridge *s Co. Receipt, 1775 ."] 

We the Subscribers Officers & Soldiers of the Tenth Company in the 
Second Regiment of Foot whereof Enoch Poor Esq 1- is Colonel raised by 
the Congress of the Colony of New Hampshire for the Defence of the 
American Colonies — Do hereby severally acknowledge to have received 
of William Whipple Paymaster of the first months wages of said Com- 
pany — our first months wages Respectively as witness our hands this 14 th 
day of July 1775 — 



Richard Shortridge 

Cap. 
Zachariah Beal Lieu* 
Nathaniel Thwing 

Ens n . 
Tho 8 Chandler Serg*. 
Daniel Calfe Serg*. 
William Dennett Serg 1 
Will" 1 Knight Drum 1 . 
Zebulon Willey 
Thomas Trickey 
Aron Rowlins 
John Demeret Corp. 
Elisha Gunnison 

his 

John X Hutchings 

m-\rk 

Mark Brotten 
Joseph Gerrish 
Ebenezer Stackpole 

Corp. 
W m Gunnison 



Benj a Dockum 

his 

Jonathan X Huntress 

mark 

Benj a Newmarch 
Philip Durgin 
Samuel Davis 
John Rawlings 
John Gofoney 
John Grace 
John Lewis 
Stephen Lang 
Ephraim Rand 
Benjamin Dame Corp. 
George P. Ffrost Corp. 
David Hill 
Jonathan Seavey 
Cyprian Southack 
Samuel Nudd 
Samuel Smith 
Thomas Ayers 
John King 



Samuel Broten 
Benjamin Trusdel 
Epharim Hall 
Nicholas Wiggin 

his 

Nicholas X Gilman 

mark 
his 

Nicho 8 X Mariner 

mark 

Christopher Gardner 

his 

John X Oakes 

mark 

Thomas Webster 

his 

Thomas X Speed 

mark 

Elijah Vicery 
John Hilton 
Samuel Shortridge 

his 

John X Clark 

mark 

Joseph Nelson 
Tho 8 Middleton 



120 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Philip Johnson Jun Thomas Warterce Thomas footman 

Lazarus Holmes Nathan Marston Jr John Hunking Serg 1 

Joseph Mace Joseph Hodgdon 

Richard L. Nelson Fife Levi Avers 



missions were dated y c 18 th June 



Captain 


£60.0 


Lieu 1 


4.0.0 


Ensign 


3.0.0 


4 Serj a (qj 48/ 
4 Corp 1 Drum 


9.12.0 
& Fife 40 / 12.0.0 


53 privates (cL 


40/ 106. 




£140. 12.0 


orders were ( 


ated y e . 14 th of June 177 



Com- 



[1-126J \_Co??i??iittee of Safety to Ge?z. JFolsom.~\ 

In committee of Safety at Exeter the 17 th of June 1 775 

To General Foil SO m — 

S r You are required to order Two of the Company's in Coll Poors 
Regiment, viz — Cap 1 . Adam's and Cap 1 Tiltons to march by the middle 
of next Week to Join the army at or near Cambridge in the Massachu- 
setts Bay there to receive further orders — 

[Mathew Thornton, Chairman.] 

[It will be seen that the foregoing order, from the original of which 
somebody has cut the signature, was issued on the day of the battle 
of Hunker Hill. On the 18th the record of the committee of safety 
has the following entry. 

"June 1 8th. Upon receiving the news of the engagement at 
Charlestown, directed Col. Poor to order all the companies in his reg- 
iment, except Capt. Elkins' to March immediately to Cambridge." 
Ed.] 



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I56 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[1-175] \_List of Men who enlisted In the Artillery in August, 

1775-1 

Charlestown Prospect Hill Aug 1 10 th — 1775— 

this is to Sertifie that these Men Inlisted in the Traine of Artilery John 
Callander was Cap 1 now Commanded by Cap 1 William Perkins. 

Maj° Hailes Comp y June 5 th 

Benj" Burley Alexander Duglis Simon Whitcomb 
23 d April Douglass rec d 1 months pay the others none 

Colo" Starkes Reg mt Cap 4 Baldwin Com y 

Georg Bemain June 5 Sam 1 Barreclift 6 
23 d April Rec d No pay — 

Cap 1 Woodbury Comp y June 5 

W m Croston Jacob Hardy Jn° Howard 
24 of April No pay here — 

Cap* John Mores Comp y June 6 

W m M c Gilvary Alex Hutchson James Mores 
23 d April, Rec d No pay — 

Cap' Hutchson Comp y [Gordon Hutchins.] 

Tho 8 Mathews June 6 — Enlisted I st of May Rec d a Months pay — 

Cap' Abbott Comp y 

April 24 th None Jn° Roberson June 6 

May 6 th ) Rec d James M c Cay 31 June 

May 3 d ) 1 Month pay Joseph Foster June 31 Day 

Cap' Richards Comp y 

23 d April No pay Sam 1 Rogers June 6 

William Perkins Cap' 

Caleb Shaw Cap' Mans Company in Coll Reeds Reg' Inlisted y e 28th 
of April and went in to an Artilery Company io' h of July 1775 Rec d 
one Months pay. 



[Receipt for pay due the men who oil 1st ed In the Artillery, 1773 '.] 

Benjamin Burley £2.17.4 Will" 1 M c Gillbery* £2.18.8 

Alex' Duglass 0.17.4 Alex 1 " Hutchinson 2.18.8 

Simon Whitcomb 2 - r 7-4 James Mores 2.18.8 

George Bemain 2.17.4 Thomas Mathews 0.18.8 



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157 



Sam 1 Barreclift 


2.18.8 


John Robertson 


2.17.4 


Will m Croston 


2.14.8 


James MacCay 


1. 12.0 


Jacob hardy 


2.14.8 


Joseph foster 


1. 16.0 


Jn° howard 


2.14.8 


Sam 1 Rogers 


2.18.8 



[M c Gilvary] 



39.10.8 



I the Subscriber being Appointed by those Men whose Names are 
above inserted to Receive there Pay from the time of their inlisting in 
Newhampshire service untill their inlisting in y e artilery Company Do 
acknowledge to have Rec d thirty Nine pound ten shillings and eight 
pence from Timothy Walker Ju r w ch I promise to Deliver to each man 
according to the sum annex d to his Name by me 

Medford y e 12 of August 1775 Benj m Burley. 



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[Artillery Men's Receipts. ~\ 

Charlestown Prospeckt Hill August 12 th 1775 



We the under Subscribers do Acknowledge by Our Signing to this 
receipt, rec d of Benj n Burley the Sum of Money against Our Names it 
Being the Total Sum of our Demands for our Service in the New 
Hampshire forces as witness our hands 



George Bemain 

his 

W m Croston X 

mark 

James M c Cay 
Samuel Rogers 
Joseph foster 
Jn° Robertson 
Simon Whitcomb 
William M c Gilveray 



£. s. d. 

2.17.4 

2.14.8 

1. 12.0 

2.18.8 

1.16. 

2.174 

2.17.4 

2.18.8 



Alexander hutchenson 2.18.8 

Jacob Hardy 2.14.8 

his 

John Howard E 2.14.8 

mark 

James Moors 2.18.8 

Alex. Douglass 17.4 

his 

Sam 1 Barraclift X 2.18.8 

mark 
his 

Thomas X Mathews 0.18.8 

mark 

Rec. of Timothy walker Ju r three pound one shilling and four pence in 
full for my wages from y e 25 th , of April when I inlisted with Cap 1 Wood- 
berry untill Inlisted into v e Train ye o th of June 

his 

Will m X Nickelson 

mark 

Sept y e 18 th 1775 £3.1.4 
Test James M c Gregore 

Rec d of Tim Walker J r Two Pounds sixteen shillings L. my in full my 
pay from 28 Day of May to 10 Day of July 1775 Caleb Shaw 2.16. 

N. B. Said Shaw came out of C* Thomas's Company 



158 



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Rec d of Tim° Walker Jr Eighteen Shillings & eight Pence L. my in full 
for mv wages from May 23 d to June 6 th — 1775 



John X Wilson 



Test Ja s M e Gregore 



In Dan. Moores Co. 



1 775 Oct r n Rec d of Tim" Walker Four Pounds Eight Shillings L. my 
each Person in full for our service in Cap' Abbott's Company in Coll 
Stark's Regiment from 24 th Day of April 1775 untill we inlisted into the 
Train July 1 1775 

Peter Chandler 
Hezekiah Fellows 



[1-178] [Aug. 1, 1775, the Committee of Safety ordered Captain 
Henry Elkins " to March his Company immediately to join the Army 
at Medford." The following is their receipt for money to provision 
themselves on their march to Charlestown.] 

Hampton August y e 4 th 1775 

then Reseved of Josiah Moulton the sum of one pound ten shilengs Laful 
money each man in part for billeting money as solgers of the nu Hamp- 
sher forces as witness our Hands 



Henry Elkins 
Moses Leavitt 
Richard Brown 
John Taylor 
James Wedgwood 
Joseph Dearborn 
John Marston 
Simon Page 
Zechariah Towl 
Joseph Taylor 
San 111 el Marston 
Simon Leavitt 
Joshua Weeks 
Levi Lam per 
Jeremiah Marston 
Timothy Duston 
William Samborn 
Eben T Samborn 
David Marston Ju r 
Levi Marston 
Walter Neal 
Ebenezer Lovriner 



Hanery Batchelder 
Samuel Dearborn 
Coffin Page 
Richard Taylor 
Jonathan fogg 
Samuel Stacy 
Nathan towl" 
Simon knowles 
Nathaniel Berry 
Jonathan Goss 
Richard Lock 
David Morgan 
Joseph hall 
Stephen Dolber 
Jeremiah Berry 
Abraham Libbie 
Jonathan Jenness 
Chris 1 Gold 
Eb r Til ten 
Nathan S. Moulton 
Benjamin Tuck 
David Moulton 



Simon Philbrick 
John Dearbon 
James Hobbs 
Edward B. Moulton 
Ichabod Shaw 
Jonathan Marston 
Jabez Towle 
Joseph Freese 
Levi Robinson 
Abner Sanborn 
James Tucke 
Daniel Philbrick 
John Marston 
Simon Lane 
Josiah Mason 
Simon Moulton 
Zaccheus Brown 
Daniel Lamprey 
Simon Drake 
Nehemiah Chase 
John Mobs Moulton 



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159 



[COLONEL TIMOTHY BEDEL'S REGIMENT, 1775.] 

[On the twenty-sixth day of May, 1775, the provincial congress, 
sitting at Exeter, " Voted, That a Company not exceeding 60 men in 
the Northwesterly parts of this Colony be forthwith enlisted, to be 
ready to act as occasion may require." The company was raised by 
Timothy Bedel, and called the first company of rangers, Timothy 
Bedel of Bath, captain, Abraham Palmer of Orford, 1st lieutenant, 
Charles Nelson of Lyme, ensign or 2d lieutenant. Their commis- 
sions were issued July 7, and dated June 23, the day they were mus- 
tered. The following is a roll of the men as mustered July 29, 1775. 
—Ed.] 



[1-182] 



[Captain Timothy Bedel's Co., 1775. 



MENS NAMES 


Towns 


Age 


Date of Inlistment 


Tho 8 Crock 


Piermont 


24 


Tune 16 th 


Charles Crock 


D° 


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16 


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D° 


3 7 


16 


John Kenady 


Moretown x 


28 


l 9 


Ephraim Root 


Piermont 


24 


16 


Robert Miller 


Moretown 


l 7 


16 


Richard Collins 


D° 


21 


16 


Enos Sawyer 
Nath 11 Wales 


D° 
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21 

21 


17 
15 


Robert Kenady 


Moretown 


2 5 


15 


Adonijah Holden 


Piermont 


26 


15 


David Arwin 


D° 


20 


15 


Benj n Sawyer 
Tho s Piper 


Moretown 
Piermont 


l 9 

22 


15 

15 


Moses Duty 
Jon a M c Connel 


Moretown 
Piermont 


34 

27 


15 

15 


Frances Fenton 


D° 


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15 


John Lovring 


Haverhill 


29 


16 


James Ladd 


D° 


2 3 


x6 


Joseph Fifield 
Joseph Hadley 
John Heselton 


D° 
D° 
D° 


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16 
16 
16 


Thom s Caprin 


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18 


16 



1 Now in Vermont. 



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Towns 


Age 


Date of Inlistment 


Timothy Curtis 


Haverhill 


36 


June 16 th 


Amos Davis J™ 


Mo re town 


2 7 


l 7 


David Greenleaf 


Bath 


21 


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D° 


3 1 


J 9 


Timothy Bailey 


Gunthwait 1 


24 


J 9 


Jesse Young 


D" 


24 


l 9 


Neth 11 Young 


D° 


21 


l 9 


Joshua Young 


D° 


21 


l 9 


Richard Bedle 


Bath 


22 


J 9 


Frea Hand 


D" 


18 


x 9 


Luther Richardson 


Gunthwait 


26 


21 


Moses Pike 


Bath 


47 


21 


John Waters 


D° 


27 


x 9 


David Weeks 


D° 


27 


21 


Peter Gilman 


D° 


26 


21 


Abial Chase 


D° 


28 


21 


John Young 


Gunthwait 


26 


23 


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D° 


27 


x 9 


John Dodge 


Haverhill 


33 


J 9 


Tho 8 Simpson 


D° 


23 


23 


John Sandburn 


D° 


27 


21 


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Moretown 


2 3 


23 


Benj° Martin 


D° 


22 


23 


John Beard 


Bath 


35 


23 


Robert Paul 


Lime 


26 


15 


Ezra Moore 


Medford 


J 7 


15 


Will" Moore 


D° 


29 


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Moody Freeman 


Hanover 


22 


15 


John Freeman 


D° 


24 


15 


Nath 11 Woodward 


Hanover 


3° 


15 


Amos Ricli 


Oford 


24 


15 


Jeremiah Phelps 


D° 


43 


i7 


Constant Bliss 


D° 


29 


i5 


Elnathan Palmer 


D° 


25 


15 


Silvenus Owen 


Fairlee 


29 


15 


Zenas Morey 


D" 


35 


i5 


Nath" Manill 


Newbury 


26 


21 



July 29 1775 this May Certify that the above & Foregoing is a Roll 
of the Company Inlisted By Cap 1 Timothy Bedle and His Subalturns In. 
the Service of this Coloney & Mustered By order of & Sworne 
By Me 

Jon a Child M. M 



1 Now Lisbon. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



161 



[1-183] [Bedel's Company of Rangers : Receipt for Wages. ~\ 

We the Subscribers Officers & Soldiers in the first Company of Ran- 
gers raised in the Colony of New Hampshire by the Congress thereof for 
the Defence of the American Colonies Do hereby severally acknowlege 
to have received of Israel Morey Esq paymaster of the Wages due to the 
Said Company for their first Months Service — our said first Months 
Wages respectively, as witness out hands July 8 th 1775 



Abr m Palmer I st L* 
Thomas Caprin 
Amos Davis ir 

his 

David X Greenleaf 

mark 

Thomas Newman 
Joshua Young Fifer 
Richard Bedel 
Luther Richardson 

his 

Moses X Pike 

Mark 

John Watters 
John Dodge 
Sam 11 young Seg* 
Nath 11 White 
Nathaniel merell 
John Sanborn 
John Beard 
uriah Stone Corp 1 
Peter Gilman 
Abel Chase 
Tim Curtis 
Tho 8 Simpson Ju r 
16 



Corp 1 Moody Freeman 
John freeman 

his 

Robart X Paul 

Mark 

Nath 11 Woodward 
Elnathan Palmer 
Constant Bliss 
Zenas Morey 
Tim Bedel 
Amos Rich Drum r 
Cha s Nelson 
Silvanus owen 
Jon a m c Connel Serg* 
Moses Duty 
Richard Collins 
Robert miller 
Benjamin Martin 
William Moor Jr 
Ezra Moor 

Jeremiah Phelps Serg* 
Nath 11 Wales 
Thomas Crook 
Charles Crook 



John Kanedy 
Ephraim Root 
Enos Sawyer 
Robert Kanedy 
Adonijah Holdin 
David Weeks 
David Erwin 
Benj a Sawyer 
Thomas piper 
Francis Fenton Corp 1 
John Lovern 
James Ladd 
Joseph fifield 
Joseph Hadley 
John haseltine 
paid by 
Tim Bedle Esq r 
Ira Hand 
John young Serg* 
Jesse young Corporal 
Tim Bay ley 
Nath 1 young 



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44 


Cordwinder 


Methuen 


Samuel Ardewe 


July y c 


10 


28 


Labour 


Ware 


Barns Hesseltine 


July y e 


10 


21 


Labour 


Concord 


John ordewe 


July y e 


10 


i7 


Labour 


Dunbarton 


Stephen Dressor 


July y e 


T 7 


21 


Labour 


Fryborg 


Zepheniah Pette 


July y e 


ro 


3° 


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Concord 


Daniel Chandler 


July y e 


ro 


39 


Labour 


Concord 


John moore 


July y e 


10 


24 


Labour 


Bow 


Isaac Bracket 


July y e 


22 


4 6 


Carpender 


Barwick 


Samuel Stillins 


July y e 


22 


2 3 


Labour 


Barwick 


Joseph Colby 


July y e 


8 


20 


Labour 


Conway 


John Murrey 


July y e 


22 


25 


Labour 


Barwick 


Samuel Andre 


July y e 


22 


21 


Labour 


Barwick 


Thomas Spring 


July y e 


20 


*9 


Labour 


Conway 


John Beary 


July y e 


24 


27 


Labor 


Rogester 



the above men are able Bodied Effective 
by me July 28 th 1775 at Conway 



men Mustered & Reviewed 



Per David Page 



170 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[1-192] \_Capt. Osgood's Co. Receipt fc 



Wages, 



'775-1 



We the Subscribers officers & Soldiers in the Second Comp y of Rangers 
raised in the Colony of New Hampshire by the Congress thereof whereof 
James Osgood Esq r is Cap 1 for the Defence of the American Colonis Do 
hereby Severity Acknowlege to have Receved of Israel Morey Esq r pay- 
master of the wages due to the said Company for thier first month Ser- 

respectively as witness our hand this 8 th 



vice our s" 



first 



month wages 



Day August 1775. 

Mat w Thornton Jim' Rec d 
Jotham Cumings 2 d Lieu 1 
James Goold First Sargent 
Tho 8 Crawford Sergant 
Joseph Hatch Sarjant 
Andrew Neele 
Solomon Todd 
Duncan m c Gregor 
John wallac 
Tho 8 Nevins Ju r 
James Whitting 
moses Ludington 
Thomas Ramsey Corporal 
Charles Clark Corporal 
Dan 1 Brainerd J r 
Isaiah Bachelder 

his 

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m;irk 
his 

Silas X Brown 

mark 

Samuel drew 

William greenugh Drummer 

Jonathan Crawford 



5- 
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mark 




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John Beedel 






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Jacob gates 




6s 


2. 


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Caleb pettingell 






2. 


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Benajah Hall 




40^ 


2. 


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Job Moulton 




4a? 


2. 


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James mc Laughlin 




405- 


2. 


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David Davis 




405- 


2. 


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James Wesson 




40s 


2. 


4.0 


Enos Bishop 




40^ 


2. 


4.0 


Henry Sellenham 




4.0s 


2. 


0.0 


Zebadiah Richardson 


40^ 


2. 


0.0 


Samuel Wallice 




405 


2. 


0.0 


John X Sawyer 

mark 

Elez r Sandborn 




405- 
405- 


2 . 


0.0 


David Ladd 






2. 
2. 


0.0 
4.0 


his 

John X Lapish 

rrr.rk 




405- 


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William Abbot 




405 



Dan Bishop 



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Samuel Parker 
Benjamin Bean 
William Simpson 
James Thompson 
Stephen Lowell 
Samuel Gait 
Thomas Cox 
Thomas Robinson 
Ephraim Garvin 



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David Clough 
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Thomas Welch 
Moses Flood 
John Loring 
John Kennedy 
Noah Kidder 
James M c CauIy 
John Hinkson 
Edward Smith 
Joseph Stanley 
Henry Tewksbury 
Jonathan Richardson 



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174 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[ I_I 97] \_Capt. Parkers Co. Muster-Roil, 1775 ~\ 

A List of Cap 1 John Parkers Company Mustered Sworn & paid their 
first Months Wages August Second Day 1775 — 



MENS N VMES 


< 


Place of Abode 


Occupation 


County 


time of En- 
listing 


John Parker Cap 1 




[Litchfield] 








Asa Pettee Lieu 1 




[Enfield] 








1 William Darrah 


18 


Litchfield 


Husbandman 


Hillsbo rh 


July 9 th 


2 Joseph Harvell 


22 


Do 


Do 


Do 


July 8 th 


3 Samuel Parker 


3° 


Pembroke 


Taylor 


Rocking" 1 


July 12 th 


4 Benjamin Bean 


18 


Bow 


husbandman 


Do 


12 th 


5 Andrew M c Allester 


34 


Pembroke 


Do 


Do 


12 th 


6 William Simpson 


18 


Do 


Trader 


Do 


12 th 


7 William Robinson 


39 


Bow 


husbandm 11 


Do 


12 th 


8 John Thompson 


5° 


Litchfield 


husbandman 


Hillsbor 


8 th 


9 Stephen Lowell 


l 9 


Do 


Do 


Do 


8 th 


10 John Loring 


34 


Do 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


1 1 Samuel Gait 


21 


Pembroke 


Do 


Rocking" 1 


11 th 


12 Matthew Gait 


l 9 


Do 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


13 Thomas Cox 


28 


Do 


Weaver 


Do 


I? » 


14 Thomas Robinson 


44 


Do 


husbandman 


Do 


n !h 


1 ^ Ephraim Garvin 


24 


Bow 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


16 Alexander Parker 


3^ 


Society Land 


Do 


Hillsbo r 


30 th 


17 Asa Pettee jr 


18 


Concord 


Do 


Rocking" 1 


8 th 


18 Philip Harriman 


29 


Do 


Do 


Do 


io fh 


19 Sam 1 Smith 


24 


Hopkinton 


Do 


Hillsb 


9 th 


20 John Thing Conner 


3° 


Do 


Blacksmith 


Do 


10 th 


21 Winthrop Clough 


2 7 


We a re 


husbandman 


Do 


10 th 


22 Ebenezer Collins 


29 


Hopkinton 


Do 


Do 


10 th 


23 Jon 11 Basford 


26 


Henneker 


Do 


Do 


10 th 


24 Joseph Judkins 


41 


Hopkinton 


Taylor 


Do 


10 th 


25 Abra™ Melvin 


34 


Weare 


husbandman 


Do 


u th 


26 .Samuel Wort hen 


26 


Do 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


27 Phineas Farren 


3 2 


Do 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


28 David Clough 


33 


Hopkinton 


Do 


Do 


n ,h 


29 Jedidiah Jevvet 


3- 


Do 


Do 


Do 


12 th 


30 Benj" Collins 


35 


Weare 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


31 John Old way 


40 


Do 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


32 Jonathan Woithly 


2 3 


Do 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


33 I )aniel Murray 


33 


Hopkinton 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


31 William Powers 


34 


Henneker 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


35 Sam' Brocklebank 


35 


Weare 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


36 Jesse Clements 


21 


Do 


Do 


Do 


11 th 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



175 



37 Ebenezer Quinby 

38 Aaron Quinby 

39 Timothy Clough 

40 Joshua Maxfield 

41 John Pettee 

42 Jacob Carr 

43 Samuel Annis 

44 Moses Flood 

45 Noah Kidder 

46 James Gibson 

47 John Fulton 

48 James M c Calley 

49 John Hinckson 

50 Edward Smith 

51 Joseph Stanley 

52 Nathan Clough 

53 Henry Tewkesbury 



20 


Weare 


husbandman 


Hillsb 


11 th 


4 1 


Do 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


35 


Do 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


3 3 


Do 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


36 


Goffstown 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


21 


Weare 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


29 


Goffstown 


Do 


Do 


11 th 


2 7 


Weare 


Do 


Do 


14 th 


45 


Goffstown 


Do 


Do 


20 th 


45 


Do 


Schoolmaster 


Do 


8 th 


24 


Dunbarton 


husbandman 


Do 


15 th 


28 


Do 


Do 


Do 


15 th 


23 


Concord 


Do * 


Rocking" 1 


21 st 


38 


Weare 


Do 


Hillsboro h 


15* 


3° 


Hopkinton 


Do 


Do 


II th 


21 


Weare 


Do 


Do 


IO th 


34 


Do 


Do 


Do 


IO th 



We the subscribers Soldiers in Cap* John Parkers Company do hereby 
acknowlege to have recieved of W m Parker Esq r the Sums affixed to our 
Names respectively being in full of our first months wages 

August 2 d 1775 — 



James m c Calley 
John hinkson 



Edward Smith 
Joseph Stanly 



Nathan Clough 2 — 
Henary Tuxbury 2 — 



I John Parker have received of W m Parker Esq r Six pounds in full of 
my first months Wages as Cap 1 of Said Company — 
Aug 1 2 d 1775 — 

John Parker 

I Asa Pettee have received of W m Parker Esq r four pounds in full of 
my first Months Wages as Lieutenant of said Company 
August 2 d 1775 — 

Asa Patee 



The aforenamed fifty three men were mustered Sworn & paid Aug* 2' 
1775 Per W m Parker 



[1-198] 



[ Capt. Parker's Co. Receifit.~\ 



We the Subscribers do hereby acknowledge that we have received of 
Israel Morey Esq r by the hand of Tim Walker jun r Billeting for five 
davs at nine pence per day Sep 1 4th 1775. N B said men belong to Cap 
Jn° Parkers C^— 



176 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



W m Durrel 

Benjamin Bean 
W™ Robertson 
Thomas Robertson 
Matthew Ganlt 
John Dustin 
Asa Pa tee j r 
Aaron Quinbee 
Joshua Maxfield 



Joseph Harvel 
W m Simpson 
James Thompson 
Ephraim Garven 
Thomas Cox 
Edward Smith 
W m Powers 
Eben r Quinbee 
Samuel Parker 

25 Men ^3/9 



James Gibson 

his 

Jn° X Loring, witness 

mark 

Jn° Patee 
Samuel Gault 
Benj a Collins 
Jn° Kennison 
Philip Judkins 
Henry Tixberry 



£4. 13. 9 



Copy 



We acknowledge that we have received of Israel Morey Esquire pay- 
master of the billeting money of Cap John Parkers Comp y each of us 
three shilings and nine pence L M y for five days to from this to Coos — 
Concord Sep 1 4, 1775 — 

John Fulton 

John Patee 

Joseph Flood 

Jacob Carr 

Jn° X Keneday's mark 

Winthrop Clough 

Joseph Stanley 

Samuel Smith 

Asa Patee 



Nathan Clough 
Jedediah Jewett 

Andrew M c Allester 
Noah Kade 
Samuel Brockelbank 
Timothy Clough 
Daniel Murry 
John Thing Connor 
John Ardway 



James M c Calley 
Moses Flood 
Abraham Martin 
Jonathan Worthley 
Ebenezer Collin 
David Clough 
Joseph Judkins 



[1-199] 



[ Ca.pt. Parkc?-^ Co. ReportJ\ 



Camp S< Johns the 28 th 
An Effective Role of 

1 Cap 1 John Parker 

2 L l Asa Pettee 

3 L* Seath Wheeler 

4 Doc John Dusten 

5 Orderly Serg* Jam" 

Gibson 

6 Serj 1 John Pettee 

7 Serj 1 Aron Qiiimbee 

8 Will" Robertson 

9 W ill*" Simpson 

10 Jam 8 Thompson 

1 1 Moses Herri man 



Septemb' 1775 

Cap 1 John Parkers Company. 
Present in Camp 

Sam 1 Smith 
Abram Melven 
John Ardway 
Will" 1 Powers 
Sam 1 Brucklebank 
Joseph Flood 
Eben : Qiiimbee 
Timothy Clough 
Moses Flood 
Noah Kidder 

22 John Fulton 

23 Jam 8 M c Calley 



12 

13 

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16 

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19 
20 
21 



24 John Hinkson 

25 Edw d Smith 

26 Nathan Clough 

27 Henry Tewksbury 

28 And w M c Alister 

29 John Kenady 

30 John French 

31 Will" 1 Courtiss 
Jonath" Richeson. 
Elijah Blodget 
Prime Wheelar 
Sam 1 Parker 



3 2 
33 
34 
35 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



177 



On Command at Leporaro — {La Prairie] 



Serf Eben Collens 
Serf Dan 1 Murry 
Serf Joseph Harvel 
Will m Darrah 
Benj m Been 
John Loren 



Matt w Gault 
Ephraim Garven 
Wonthrop Clough 
Jonathan Worthley 
Joshua Maxfield 
Jacob Karr 



Joseph Standley 
Jam 8 Hardy 
Sam 1 Serjent 
Oliver Hand 
John Cox 



Onion River — Joseph Judkins 

Isle onore f Decon Tho s Robertson 

[Isje Aux Noix ] \ Sam 1 Gault 



[1— 201] \_Caftt. Parker's Co. Date of arrival home, I775>~\ 

a List of Cap* John Parkers Compney and the Time they got Home 
from Canedey alowing 15 day for there march from Said Canedey 



Cap* John Parker 
Liu* asa Patee 
Liu 4 Seth wheeler 
Serg 4 John Patee 
Serg 4 Danil more 
Serg 4 Aaron Quenbe 
Serg: Joseph Harvel 
Cor Ebenzer Colens 
Cor James Gibson 
Corp John ml ton 
Corp Alx dr Parker 
Drum Will" 1 Darrah 
fifer Sam 11 Parker 
Benjman Been 
Will m Simpson 
James Thompson 
Stephen Lowal 
Sam 11 Gall 4 
Thorn 8 Cox 
Thorn 8 Robertson 
Ephram garven 
asa Patee Junr 
Moses Heniman 
Sam 11 Smith 
Johnthing Conor 
Jonathan Basford 



Jany I th [1776] 

December 16 th 

December 31 th 

December 16 th 

December 27 

De m 28 

Dec m 25 

Dec m 18 

Dec m 31 

do 18 

do 16 

do 17 

Do 28 

Do 18 

Do 31 

Do 31 

Do 16 

Do 6 

Do 17 

Do 6 

Do 31 

Do 16 

do 31 

Do 27 

Do 18 

October 15 th 



Joseph Judkens 
John Duston 
Robert Wise 
David Clough 
Jedeiah Jewett 
Benjman Colens 
Jonathan Worthly 
Will m Powers 
Thorn 8 Welch 
moses flood 
Noah Kidder 
Jam s m c Calley 
John Hinkson 
Edward Smith 
Joseph Standly 
Henry Tuxberry 
John Loren 
John Kanedey 
Jonathan Richardson 
Will m Curtas 
Elijah Blodget 
olover Hand 
James Hardey 
Sam 11 Sargent 
John french 
Prime wheler 



October 14 

December 31 

Do 27 

Do 27 

Do 31 

Do 16 

Do 16 

Do 16 

November 30 

De^m 31 

Novem 2 

Decm 31 

Do 31 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 



Deserted October the 13 1 

Will m Robertson Sam 11 Burtul Bank 

Andr m c Alester Abr h melven 

mathew gallt Joshew maxfeald 

Wintrop Clough Jacob Karr 

Nathan Clough J onn Awardey 

[ x These men left without being regularly discharged, when 
expired.] 

*7 



Joseph flood 
Ebenezer Quembe 
Timothy Clough 



they thought their term of service had 



i 7 8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[COLONEL JOHN STARK'S REGIMENT. 
Receipts for Coat Money, October, 1775.] 



[1-202] 



[ Cap tain George Reid's Co."] 



October 4 th 1775 — 

We the Subscribers belonging to Cap 1 Reids Company in Coll Stark's 
Reg 4 do hereby acknowledge that we have received of Timothy Walker 
Jun r Four Dollars each Man in full satisfaction for the regimental Coat 
which was promised us by the Colony of New Hampshire as witness our 
Hands. 



Oct r 10 1775 

Rob 1 Barnett 
John Nesmith 
James M c cluer 
Joshua Thompson 
Allen Hopkins 
Sam 1 Thompson 
William Boyd 
Peter Cristy 
John Mackay 
william Rowell 
Samuel Eager 
Hugh Watt 
John Hopkins 
William Dickey 
Jonathan Holmes 
thomas Wilson 

his 

Robert X Burke 



James Gray Serg 1 Major 



James Nesmith 
William Clyde 
James Nesmith 2 d 
Hugh Alexander 
William Moor 
John Vance 
George m c murphy 
Stephen Chase 

his 

John X Head 

mark 

Martin Montgomery 
Abel Senter 
Hugh Mountgomery 
John Patterson 
John morison 
Matthew Anderson 
Ebenezer M c Ilvain 
Thorn 8 English 



James morison 
John Livingston 
Robert Boyes 
William Parker 
Robert mac murphy 
Robert Adams 
James Stinson 
Sam 1 Houston 
John Campbill 
W m M c Murphy 
John Ferguson 
Henry Parkinson 
Robert Mack 
James Duncan 
John Anderson 

his 

Sam 11 X Stinson 

nurk 

Joseph Mack 



1 775 Oct 1 " 16 Rec d of Tim : Walker Tun*: Seven Pounds Four Shillings 
L my for Regimental Coats for the Six following Men belonging to my 
Company being absent which Money I promise to deliver to said Men 
on Demand — men's Names 



John Smith 
Alexander Brown 



Asa Senter 
Peter Jenkins 



James Gilmore 
Samuel Senter 



Geo Reid Cap 1 



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Also Rec d : of said Walker eight Dollars for regimental Coats for James 
Moor & Joshua Reed 

Geo Reid Cap* 

Rec d : of Tim Walker Jr : one Pound four Shillings L. my in full for a 
regimental Coat 

Rich d Cresey 

[1-203] [Captain Daniel Moor's Co.~] 

We the Subscribers belonging to Cap 4 Dan 1 Moor's Company in Coll 
Stark's Reg 4 do hereby acknowledge that we have receiv d of Tim 
Walker Jr Four Dollars each Man in full satisfaction for the regimental 
Coat which was promised us by the Colony of New Hampshire — 

William Towl 
Thomas Baker 
Nathan Batchelor 
Moses Merrill 
Jeremiah homan 
Moses M c Connell 
Zebadiah Lovejoy 
Insley Brown 
George Evans 
Robert Stinson 



moses noyes 
Samuel Piper 
William Morrill 
Job Sherburn 
John Rawlings 
thomas Towl 
Josiah Gorden 
James Quinby 



Oliver Lyford 
Jeremiah Rawlins 
John Thing 
William Towl 2 d 
Caleb Morss 
Isaac Moor's 
James Moor's 
Jacob Sinkler 
Dudley Clifford 
Noah Emery 
Nath 1 Martin 
Danell Cass 
Moses Roberts 
Timothy Gorden 
Moses Kelsa 
Nathaniel Molton 
Lemuel Stickney 
William Harper 



Jonathan Fifield 
Christopher Bartlet 
Jephthah Tyler 
Joseph Rawlins 



his 

Noah X Dollar 

mark 
his 

Will m X Fraser 

mark 
his 

Josiah X Batchler 

mark 

Samuel Wells 
Nathan Holt 
Moses Page 
Richard Robinson 
Paul Blake 

his 

Benj a X Norris 



1775 Oct r 17 Rec d of Tim Walker Jr. Fourteen Pounds Eight Shillings 
L. my for the following Persons viz*. 



John Wadleigh 
Sam 1 Cate 
Benj a Fulsom 
Andrew Wiggin 

which money I promise to deliver to the above men on demand pr Dan- 
iel Moor Cap* 



Andrew Cunningham 
Sam 1 Kelley 
Ez 1 Gilman 
Thorn 8 Hoyt 



John Buswell 
Eliphalet Connor 
Jon a Judkins & 
Samuel Lawrence 



[1-204] 



[ Captai?t Henry Dearborn's Co.~] 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap* Dearbon's Com'y in Coll 
Stark's Reg* do hereby acknowledge that we have receiv d of Tim 



i8o 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Walker Jr. Four Dollars Each Man in full satisfaction for the Regi- 
mental Coat which was promised us by the Colony of New Hampshire 



Jona. Clark 
Andrew M c Gaffey 
Joseph Jackson 

Jon a Oilman 

hu 
James X Rendal 

mark 

Jacob Morrill 
Robert Morrison 
Nicholas Brown 
Israel Clifford 

Thorn 8 X Welch 

mark 

John Nealley 
John Harvey 
Jonathan Dow 
Chase Whicher 



James Garland 
Elisha Hutchinson 
Jeremiah Connor 
Joseph Place 
David Mudget 
Simon Sanborn 
Dudley Hutchinson 
David Page 
Neal M c Gaffey 
Joshua Wells 

Benj n X Berrey 

mark 

Samuel Winslow 
Peter Sevranc 
Theo 8 Cass 
Zeblon Marsh 



Clement X Moody- 
mark 

his 

Gideon X Glidden 

mark 

Moses Lock 
Nat 1 Batchelder 
Noah Sinkler 
francis Lock 
Bennit Lebbee 
francis Lock [Jr.] 
Andrew Bickford 

his 

John X Wolless 

mark 

hit 

Jeremiah X Dow 

mark 

William Rowell 



1775 Oct r 16 Rec d of Tim Walker Jun r Fifteen Pounds Twelve Shil- 
lings L. my for regimental Coats for the Thirteen Men hereafter named 
viz 4 



Andrew Field 
Josiah Moody 
Benj a Judkins 
Mark Wilder 
John Runnels 



Josiah Lebbee 
Weymouth Wallis 
Abraham Pettingill 
John Simpson 
Andrew Neally 



Jon a Cram 
Andrew M c clary 
John Dwyer 



which Money I promise to deliver to the above men on Demand 

Amos Morrill Lieut 



[1-205] 



\_Captaz?i Aaron Kinsman's Co.'] 



We the Subscribers belonging to Capt. Kinsmans Company in Coll. 
Stark's Reg 1 do hereby acknowledge that we have rec d of Tim Walker 
Jun r Four Dollars each Man in full satisfaction for the regimental Coat 
which was promised us by the Colony of New Hampshire as witness our 
Hands — Oct 1 " 10, 1775 — 



Isaac Salt marsh 
Joshua Danford 
Joseph Jorden 
Samuel Thompson 



Sam 1 X Bond 

mark 

John Folsom 
Benj a Cotton 



Will" 1 Shattuck 
Jonathan Stevens 
Oliver Smith 
Josiah Meloon 






REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



181 



Stephen Webster 
William Steel 
Seth Spring 

his 

Aaron X Putney 

mark 
his 

James X Putney 

mark 

Ebenezer Bean 
Sherbon Dearbon 



Jonathan Flanders 

for 
Thomas Flanders 
Stephen Dudley 

his 

Benj a X Kinsman 

mark 

Nathaniel Fox 

his 

Alexander X Smith 

mark 



Nathaniel Smith 
Abraham Drake Jun 1 
James kinniston 
David Clark 
thomas Rollings 
Moses Moulton 
Jonathan Currier 



Oct r 14, 1775 Rec d of Tim Walker Jun r Twelve Pounds L. my for 
Regimental Coats for the Ten following Men belonging to my Company 
being absent viz* 

Samuel Sherburne 
William Prescot 
John Muggett 
Nath 1 Dearborn 



Jacob Clark 
Joseph Rogers 
George Bean 
William Gordon 



David Clement & 
Josiah Brown 



which Money I promise to pay to the above men on Demand 

Aaron Kinsman Cap* 

also Rec d of Tim Walker Jr. Eight Dollars for regimental Coats for 
Job Judkins & Sam 1 Peas 

Aaron Kinsman Capt. 



[1-206] 



[ Capt. Gordo?z Hutchins 's Co.~\ 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap 1 Gordon Hutchins's Company in 
Coll. Stark's Reg* do hereby acknowledge that we have receiv d of T m° 
Walker J r Four Dollars each in full satisfaction for a regimental Coat 
which was promised us by the Colony of New Hampshire, as witness 
our Hands — Oct r 4 th 1775 — 



W m Livingston 
John Bean 
Simeon Danforth 
Robert Livingston 
Will m Walker 
Benjamin Abbott 
Daniel M c Neill 
Hubbard Carter 
Alexander Patterson 
Joseph S. Webster 
Samuel Straw 
Thomas Chandler 
John Bunton 
Ezra Badger 



Peter Johnson 
Pratt Chase 
Levi Hutchins 
Micah Flanders 
John Palmer 
John vStone 
Nathaniel Glines 
John Holden 
James Stone 
Wells Davis 
Jonathan Roby 
Joseph Clough 
Jotham Young 
John Quimby 



Isaac Johnson 
Samuel Webster 
William Beard 
Benjamin Basford 
Paul M c Ferson 
James Palmer 
Elisha Corliss 
Benjamin Baker 
Tames Burns 

J his 

Samuel X Patterson 

mark 

Samuel Eastman 



182 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



1775 Oct r 17 Rec d of Tim Walker J r Twelve Pounds L. my for reg- 
imental Coats for the Ten Men hereafter named Viz 1 



John Gordon 
Joseph Grace 
Abraham Kimball 
William Darling- 



Nathaniel Clement 
Joseph Boynton 
William Perkins 
Isaac Cummins 



Nath 1 Perkins & 
Elijah Corser 



which Money I promise to deliver to the above Men on demand 

Gordon Hutchins Cap' 



[1-207] 



[ Captain jfoshua Abbott's Co.~\ 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap' Abots Company in Coll Stark's 
Reg' do hereby acknowledge that we have receiv d of Tim Walker Jun r 
Four Dollars each Man in full Satisfaction for the regimental Coat which 
was promised us by the Colony of New Hampshire — Medford Oct r 4, 

'775- 



Jeremiah Abbott 
Abraham Fifield 
Andrew Aiken 
Samuel Coser 
Jonathan Hunton 
Jacob Carter 
John Abbot 
John Bowley 
Joseph Conner 
Isaac Davis 
Richard flood 
David Flanders 
William fifield 
Moses Hall 
Ezekiel Dimond 



Barnart harvey 
Moses Johnson 
James Miller 
William Miller 
Timothy Simons 
Timothy Lunt 
Davis woodes 
John Elliot 
Ezra Abbot in the 

place of 
Stephen Abbott 
Hugh Crombie 
Jonathan Karr 
Edmund Chadwick 
Edward Evans 



Saml Davis 
Jonathan Bradley 
Samuel Beard 
Amos Barns 
Nathaniel Burbank 
David Taylor 
David Burbank 
Reuben Abbot 
James Aiken 
Nathaniel Chandler Ab- 
bott 

his 

Asa X Courser 

mark 

Stephen Hall 
Ephraim Colby 



1 775 Oct r 14 Receiv d of Tim Walker Jun r Fifteen Pounds Twelve 
Shillings L, my for the Thirteen following Men belonging to Cap' Ab- 
botts Company who is absent, viz' 



Nathan Davis 
W m Courser 

Ton n Currier 
Silas Call 
Moses M c Farland 



Eliphalet Rawlins 
Andrew Stone 
Thomas Straw 
William Straw 
Richard Smart 



Moses Burbank 
John Davis & 
John Rowen 



which money I promise to deliver to the above men on Demand 

Sam 1 Atkinson Lieut 






REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



83 



[1-208] 



\_Captain Thomas McLaughlin 's Co.~\ 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap* M'Laughlin's Company in Coll 
Stark's Reg* do hereby acknowledge that we have reciv d of Tim Walker 
Jun r Four Dollars each Man in full satisfaction for the regimental Coat 
which was promis d us by the Colony of New Hampshire as witness our 
Hands— Oct r 10, 1775 



Nath 1 Boyd 
David M c Quig 
Abraham Johnson 
William Patterson 
James Butterfield 
Thomas JVPClary 
John ONeil 
John Calahan 
Calvin Johnson 
John Gregg 
James Gregg 
David M c night 
James M c ferson 
Samuel Caldwell 
John Goffe 
Solomon Hutchinson 



Benj a X George 

mark 

John M c farson 
Thomas Huse 
Goffe Moor 
John Hunter 

J his 

Henry X Glover 

mark 

James Gladding 
Thomas Cutting 
Caleb Stark 
John Patten 
George Emerson 
Edward Bixby 
Samuel Patten 
David Moor 



James Orr 
Hugh Mathes 
Joseph Mathes 
Timothy Martin 
Sam 1 Barron 

hii 

Lemuel X Harvey 



mark 
his 



Edmond X Davis 

mark 
his 

John X Siphors 

mark 

John Mills 

Joshua Gage 

Benjamon Baker 

Luke Egar 

John Caldwell M c Neil 



1775 Ocf 17 Rec d of Tim : Walker Jun r Nine Pounds Twelve Shil- 
lings L. my for regimental Coats for the Eight Men whose names are 
hereafter named viz* 



Alexander Milliken 
George Hogg 
W m Newman 



Charles Emerson 
Archibald Stark 
John Jordan 



John Turner 
James M c Cauley in the 
place of Arthur Hart 



which Money I promise to deliver to the above Men on demand 

Tho 8 Maclaughlin Cap* 

also received of said Walker Eight Dollars for regimental Coats for 
John Aulds & John M c Murphy which I promise to deliver to said men 

Tho 8 Maclaughlin Cap* 



[1-209] 



[ Captain Samuel Richards 's Co.~\ 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap* Richards's Comp 7 in Coll 
Stark's Reg* do hereby acknowledge that we have receiv d of Tim° 
Walker Jr. Four Dollars each Man in full Satisfaction for the regimental 
Coats which was promised by the Colony of New Hampshire 

Oct r 10, 1775, 



1 84 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Timothy Blake 

bb 

Peter X Butterfield 

mnr< 

Jonathan Blake 

James X Can- 
mark 
James Lyons 
Stephen Tnttle 
David Farmer 
Ebenezer Sinkler 
Benjamin Taylor 

his 

Sam 1 X Smith 

mnrk 

Thomas Karr 
Thomas Taylor 
Jacob Bradbury 



James Winn 
Joshua Wilson 
Austin George 

his 

Jon a X Bell 

mark 

Reuben trusel 
Tames Gibbs 

_ his 

Stephen X Flanders 

mark 

Plomer Wheeler 
Elijah Blake 
Philip Felix 
Nathaniel Stevens 
timothy hutchison 

his 

Joel X Emery 

mark 



Joseph Robeson 

his 

Andrew X Newell 

mark 

William Barnet 
Eliezer Emerson 
Benjamin Karr 
John Little 

his 

Elias X Sargent 

mark 

Samuel anes 
Charles m c carty 
John Bean 

J his 

Ezekiel X Wells in the 

mark 

place of 
Silas Wells 



1 775 Oct r 13 Rec d : of Tim°: Walker Jr. Six Pounds L. my for the 
five following Men belonging to Cap 1 Richards's Company being absent 



viz' 



Jonas Hastings 
W m Kemp 



Benj a Tiffany 
Jacob Hadley 



Eben r Wood 



which I promise to deliver to the above men on Demand — 

Jesse Karr Ensign 

also rec d of said Walker Twenty Eight Dollars for the seven following 
Men belonging to Cap 1 Richards's Company for regimental Coats — viz 1 



Edward Wood 
Reuben Kemp 
Obed M c Lane 



James Lamb 
Jacob Flanders 
John Flanders & 



David Richards 



which money I promise to deliver to the above men on Demand 

Jesse Karr Ensign 



[1-2 10] [Captain Woodbury's Co. Receipt for pay for Coats. ~\ 

We the Subscribers belonging to Cap* Woodbury's Company in Coll 
Stark's Rc^ 1 do hereby acknowledge that w r e have receiv d of Tim 
Walker Jr. Four Dollars each man in full Satisfaction for the regimental 
Coat which was promised us by the Colony of New Hampshire 



Uriah Abbott 
David Jenness 



James Hardy 
John Currier 



William Bradford 
Phinehas goodhue 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



I8 5 



Benj a Hall 
Abner Wheeler 
W m Duty 
andrew gage 
Cyrus Handy 
David marden Jun r 
Emerson Corliss 
Elisha Woodbury 
Luke Woodbury 
Eliphalet Rollins 
James farmer 
Heman amay 
Israel Rowell 
Joshua Atwood 



James Hall 
Jonathan Morgan 
John foster 
Joseph Harris 
John Kinkead 
John Blancher 
Nathan whiten 
Solomon Cole 
Stephe Pearson 
William perry 
Zibe Kimball 
John Jamison 
Joshua Heath 
Merrill Coburn 



Jedidiah Hardy 
Oliver Kimball 
David Hall 
Jonathan gage 
Lemuel Rowell 
Jonathan Emerson 
William Farrington 

his 

John X M c anell 

mark 

Abial Asten 
Ephraim Kyle 
Obadiah Dustin 
Enoch Howard 



1775, Oct r 16 Rec d of Tim Walker Jr. Thirteen Pounds four Shillings 
L. my for Regimental Coats for the Eleven following Persons viz* 



Richard Cutter 
Abner Gage 
David Gage 
Jesse Hardy 



John Kimball 
Jon a Woodbury 
Jesse Watts 
Isaac Barker 



Jon a Haseltine 
John Simpson 
Robert Betts 



which money I promise to deliver to the above Men on Demand 
Rec d pay for Moses Poor's Coat, who was kill'd in Battle 

Elisha Woodbury Cap* 



also 



[1-211] [Captain jfohn Hale's Co. Receipt for fay for Coats. ~\ 

W T e the Subscribers belonging to Cap* Hales Company in Coll Stark's 
Reg* do hereby acknowledge that we have rec d of Tim Walker Jr Four 
Dollars each Man in full compensation for the Regimental Coats which 
was promised us by the Colony of New Plampshire 
Medford October 4 th 1775 — 



Moses Kimball 
Moses Bayley 
Moses Connor 
Henry Blake 
Isaac Andrews 
Moses Darling 
John M c Neail 
Robert Taggart 
Robert X Cunningham 
John putney 
Peter How 
Enoch Eastman 



Noah Pearson 
Ephraim hadly 
Duty Stickney 
John Chad wick 
Richard Straw 
Tim Clement 
John Stanly 
Thomas X Eastman 
Daniel Creasy 
Peter Lovejoy 
Asa Putney 
Moses Jones 



Samuel Symonds 
Phinehas Kimball 
Benj : Stanley 
Joseph Presbury 
David Brooks 
Cleaford Chaffe 
Jonathan Durant 
Joseph Putney 
Jonathan Putney 
Samuel Bradford 



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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



1 775 Oct r 1 7. Rec d of Tim Walker Jr Ten Pounds sixteen shi 
my. for regimental Coats for the Nine following Persons viz' 



ings L. 



Am mi Andrews 
Andrew YV ilk ins 
Moses Eastman 



Reuben Kimball 
John Brown 
Silas Coolidge 



Moses Trussel 
Thorn 8 Hill 
Isaac Gates 



which money I promise to pay to the above Persons on Demand 

John Hale Cap' 



[1-212] \_Capt. Gordon Hutchins' s Co. For Blankets.~\ 



A List of Cap* Gordon Hutchins's Company. 



Blankets 

John Holden 1 
Edmund Boynton 
John Bean found 

own 1 
Nath 1 Glines 1 
John Elliot 1 
George Shannon 1 
Joshua Boynton 1 
W m Adam Perkins 1 
John Bean Ju r 1 
Jotham Young 1 
Isaac Cu minings 1 
*Josiah Corbit His 

own 1 
Sam 1 Patterson 1 
W m Livingston 1 
Daniel M c Neal His 

own 1 
W m Beard His own 1 
Alexand 1 " Patterson 1 
John Gordon 1 
James Palmer 1 
Benj n Abbot 1 



John Burns 1 
John Stone 1 
his James Stone 1 
Sam 1 Eastman 1 
Wells Davis 1 
John Palmer 1 
Hubbard Carter 1 
Jon a Robie 1 
Joseph Clough 1 
Elijah Cochran His 

own 1 
Paul M'Pharson His 

own 1 
Cornelius Bean 1 
Benj a Baker 1 
Sam 1 Webster 1 
Joseph Stand Webster 
Charles M c Coy 1 
Isaac Johnson 1 
William Walker 1 
Rob 1 Livingston 1 
Simeon Dan ford 1 



Tho 8 Chandler His 

own 1 
Joseph Grace 1 
John Bunten 1 
Ezra Badger 1 
John Morgan 1 
Peter Johnson 1 
*Abraham Kimball 1 
♦Will™ Darling 1 
Benj a Basford 1 
Elihu Corliss 1 
Pratt Chase His own 
Levi Hutchins 1 
Nath 1 Clement 1 
John Quimby 1 
Micah Flanders 1 
1 Joseph Soper 1 
Daniel Livermore 1 
James Burns r 
Nathaniel Perkins 1 



Sam 1 Straw 



1775 Sep r 20 Rec d of Tim Walker J r Thirty Four Pounds sixteen 
shillings L. my in full for Fifty Eight Blankets for my Company 

Gordon Hutchins Cap* 

Josiah Corbit Abram Kimball W m Darling not muster'd by Major 
Hobart— 



[♦Against these names are the words, " cne months pay."] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



I8 7 



[COLONEL ENOCH POOR'S REGIMENT. 
Receipts for Coat Money, October, 1775.] 



[> 2I 3] 



[ Captain Wtnbom Adams's Co."] 



Medford Oct* 4 th 



1775 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap* Adams's Company in Coll Poor's 
Regiment do hereby acknowledge that we have each Man received of 
Tim Walker Jr one Pound Four Shillings L my in full for a Regimen- 
tal Coat promised by the Colony of New Hampshire. 



Jeremiah Young 
William Smart 
Ephraim Tebbets 
Samuel Smith 
Simon Batchelder 
Hatevil Laighton 
David Rand 
Robert Leathers 
John Starboard 
John Colbath 
Samuel Runals 
Samuel Demeret 
Eli Bickford 
Enoch Green 
Lewis Kinnison 
Isaac Tuttle 

his 

Edward X Leathers in 

mark 

Robert Evans Buzzell 



Solomon Runels Ebenezer Chesley 

Stephen Jones Thomas Benjamin Johnson 



Benjamin Small 
John Drisco 
James thomas 
Winthrop Wiggin 
Abijah Blasdel 
moses Meder 
John Shepard 
Lemuel Nutter 



Samuel X Thompson 

mark 

Tobias Laighton 
William Adams 
thomas Pollick 
David Cops 

behalf of his son John 

in the Place of Joseph Buzzell 



James Laighton 
Stephen Noble 
Vincent Torr 

his 

John X Collins 

mark 

Daniel Shaw 
John Sias 
Samuel Sawyer 
Thomas Footman 
Joseph Bickford 
Jn° Clough 
John Neal 



Rec d of Tim Walker Jr. one Pound Four Shillings L my in full for 
each of the following Persons for the Regimental Coat promis d by the 
Colony of New Hampshire viz* 



Charles Bamford 
James Underwood 
Peter Stilling 
Daniel Pinkam 
Thomas Thompson 
John Williams 



Daniel Nute 
Amos Furnel 
Joseph Rendal 
Samuel Yeaton 
James Thompson 
Nicholas Tuttle 
in number which I promise to deliver to the above Men 

Winborn Adams Cap* 



John Glover 
Jonathan Williams 
Joseph Smith 
Enoch Runnels 
Thomas Davis 

being Seventeen 



i88 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



also receiv d : Sixteen Dollars for the four following Men viz 4 : Ezekiel 
Willev, Sam 1 Hill Clark, John Demeritt, and Micah Davis — 

Winborn Adams Cap* 

also Rec d of Tim : Walker Jr. Six Pounds L my for the five following 
Persons viz* Trucworthy D. Durgan, Eliphalet Durgan, Nathaniel Jenk- 
ins, John Buss and Tim : Davis 

pr. Winborn Adams Cap* 



[1-214] 



\_Capt. yonatha?i Wentworth' s Co.~\ 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap* Wentworth's Company in Coll 
Poor's Reg 1 do hereby acknowledge that we have rec d of Tim : Walker 
Jun r Four Dollars each Man in full Satisfaction for the Regimental 
Coats which was promised us by the Colony of New Hampshire — Oct r 
12, 1775 



Jason Chamberlin 
Jonathan Whitehouse 
Ebenezer Horn 
Joshua Merrow 

hU 

William X Stephens 

mark 

Ebenezer Perkins 
Joshua Edgerly 
Josiah Durgin 
David Doe 
Ambros Cole 
Francis Roberts 
Richard Lord 

Mi 

William X Young 

mark 

Henry Stacpole 
John'Philpot 
Samuel Palmer 
John Hanson 

hit 

Joseph X Ellis 



Peter Grant 
John foss 
Jonathan Young 
George Burnham 
Samuel Nute 
George Roberts 
Benjamin Wentworth 
Nathaniel Wentworth 
Joseph Kennison 
Coningham M c Cuthen 
Andrew Horn 
Samuel Merrow 
Solomon Laighton 

his 

Thomas X Gardner 

mark 

Sam 1 randel 

hit 

John X Edwards 

mark 

Eliakim Miller 
James Wentworth 
Ephraim Berry 



John Gage Ter 
Elijah Buzzell 
Hatevil Roberts 
Abraham Stacpole 
Tames Chamberlin 

J his 

Daniel X Whitehouse 

mark 

Ebenezer Chesle 
Willaby Goodwin 

his 

Joshua X Grant 

mark 
hi. 

Gershom X Downs 

mark 

Enoch Ricker 

his 

Sam 1 X Grant 

mark 



Ezekiel X Ricker in the place of Daniel Cook 

mark 

Jonathan Clark in the place of Jed h W T entworth 

1775 Oct r 17 Rec d of Tim : Walker Jr. Ten Pounds sixteen Shillings L 
my for regimental Coats for the Nine Men hereafter named viz* 



Caleb Horn 
Nath 1 Perkins 
Wentworth Ricker 



Charles Stagpole 
Caleb Wentworth 
William Evans 



Aaron Stevens 
Ephraim Alley & 
Stephen Berry 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



189 



which Money I promise to deliver to the above Men on Demand 

Jon a Went worth Cap' 



[i-«5] 



[Captain jfames Nor vis's Co.~] 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap': Norris's Company in Coll Poor's 
Reg* do hereby acknowledge that we have rec d of Tim : Walker Jr. 
Four Dollars each Man in full for the regimental Coats which was 
promised us by the Colony of New Hampshire 



Ocf 10 th 1775 
Benj. Sanborn 
Benj. Gilman 
Winthrop Marston 
William Page Junr 
Nathaniel Bartlett 
Ephraim Drake 
Nathaniel Batchelder 
John Knowles 

J his 

Edward X Moody 

mark 

Jabez French 
Eliphalet Norris 
Daniel Barber Junr 
Joseph Burley 

his 

Aaron X Rollins 



Benja X Cass 

mark 

James Gordon 
Paul Hall Grant 
William Page 

his 

Stephen X Levit 

mark 

Jonathan killey 
David Batchelder 
Jeremiah Robinson 
Jonathan Sanborn 
Ebenezer Dow 
Ezekiel French 



James Norris 3 d 
John Morrill 

J his 

David X Fullerton 

mark 

Jeremiah Marston 
David Marston 
Enoch Cate 
Reuben Perkins 
Samuel Haley 
Tho 8 Blans d Ashton 

his 

James X Norris 



Nathaniel X French 

mark 
his 

Nathaniel X Hardy 



1775 Oct r 16 Receiv d of Tim : Walker Jun r Twenty Pounds Eight Shil- 
lings L my for regimental Coats for the Seventeen Men hereafter named 



Zeb n Edgerly 
David Fogg 
Robert Blake 
Abner Moody 
Sam 1 Prescott 
Elisha Chapman 



John Bean 
James Sanborn 
William Brown 
Josiah Towle 
Jon a Rawlins 
Enoch French 



Dudley Gilman 
Nath 1 Philbrick 
Sam 1 Daniels 
Sam 1 Nudd & 
John Bachelder 



which Money I promise to deliver to the above men belonging to Cap' 
Norris's Company who is absent 

pr John Gilman L' 



[1-2 1 6] 



[Captain Winthrop Rowe's Co.~\ 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap' Rowe's Company in Coll Poor's 
Reg' do hereby acknowledge that we have rec d of Tim : Walker Jr. 



190 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Four Dollars each Man in full Satisfaction for the regimental Coats 
which was promised us by the Colony of New Hampshire. 

Medford October 4 th 1775 



Philip Burns 
Joseph Leach 
James Fogg 
Jonathan Fellows 
Robert Marshall 
Josiah Lock 
Joseph Batchelder 
Noah Robinson 
Samuel Longfellow 
Joseph Sticknee 
Thomas Batchelder 
Moses Perkins 
Samuel Smith 
Moses rawlings 
Jeremiah Moulton 
Josiah Blake 



Daniel Fogg 
Samuel Clifford 
Eben r Clifford 
John Rawlins 

Eleazer Gove 

hii 
Noise X Parvear 

ma-k 

John Glidden 
John Smith Sanborn 
Caleb Shaw 
Jeremiah Sanborn 

J his 

Cato X Duce 

mark 

his 

Jonathan X Flood 

mark 

Ebenezer French 



Thomas Creighton 
Joseph Dow 
Josiah White 
Josiah Pevear 

J his 

Richard X Mace 

mark 

Spencer Wallis 
Hussey Hoag 
Joseph Shaw 

his 

Jonathan X Miller 

mark 

Lowell Lang 
Eliphalet Lord 
Robart Meller 
Jonathan Steward 
Jesse Prescott 



1775 Oct r 17 Rec d of Timothy Walker Jr. Nine Pounds Twelve Shil- 
lings L my for regimental Coats for the Eight following Men belonging 
to my company absent viz 4 



Richard Weare 
Gideon Marshal 
Levi Blake 



David Steward 
Moses Clark 
Reuben Swain 



Sherburne Sanborn 
& John Stevens 



which money I promise to deliver to the above Men on Demand 

Winthrop Rowe Cap* 

also rec d : of said Walker Four Dollars for a Coat for Phinehas Page 
which I promise to deliver. 

Winthrop Rowe Cap* 

also rec d of said Walker Ten Pounds sixteen Shillings for regimental 
Coats for the Nine following Men viz 1 



James Beal 
John Lane 
Aaron Pa ere 



Elisha Prescot 
Samuel James 
Moses Shaw- 



Daniel Weare 
William Muggerige 
& Jewett Sanborn 



which money I promise to pay to the above Men on Demand. 

Winthrop Rowe Cap* 






REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



191 



[I-2I7] 



[ Captain Samuel Gilman's Co.~\ 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap'Gilman's Company in Coll Poor's 
Regiment do hereby acknowledge that we have received of Tim : 
Walker Jr. Four Dollars each Man in full Satisfaction for the regimental 
Coat which was promised us by the Colony of New Hampshire 



Thomas Foss 
Eliph* Coffin 
Barnabas M c Bride 

his 

Nehemiah X west 

mark 

Gideon Knight 
Edward Mason 
James Huse 
William Simson 
Jonathan Sawyer 
Jonathan Heath 

his 

Gideon X Wiggin 

mark 

Willm Badger 
James Goodwin 
Andrew Nelley in the 



Joseph Been 
Eliphalet Neal 
Eliphalet Emery 
Enoch Heath 
John Colcord 
Dudley Leav* Chase 
Zebulon Doe 
Jeremiah Foss 
Edward Chase 
Ward Cotton Weeks 
Phinehas Wiggin 
Jona. Stone Dudley 
Thomas Hale 
Benjamin Knight 
Moses Bly 
place of Moses Davis 



Sol n Howard 
Jonathan Severance 
Thomas Wiggin 
Joseph Sawyer 
James Morrison 
David Robinson 
Samuel Leavitt 
Job Rowell 
Joseph Boynton 
William Pike 
Joseph Clark 
John Marvel 

his 

James X Kinestone 



1775 Oct r 4 th Rec d : of Tim : Walker Jr. Four Dollars for each man 
whose Name is hereunto annexed being 20 in Number 

Robert Pike, Jonathan Robinson, William Ranton, Joseph Chapman, 
John Mason, Thorn. Hanniford, Levi Chapman, Elisha Thomas, Elipha- 
let Veasy, Edward Fox, Solomon Smith, Jon a Leavitt, Tho s Veasy, 
Moses Bradley, Eliphalet Woodward, Thomas Wood, Joseph Tallant, 
Daniel Stevens, Joshua Veasy, Thomas Sperling — which Money I 
promise to deliver to the above Men — Sam 1 Gilman Cap* 



[I-2I8] 



[Captain Henry Elkins 's Co.~\ 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap* Elkins's Comp y in Coll Poor's 
Reg* do hereby acknowledge that we have rec d : of Tim : Walker Jr : 
Four Dollars each Man in full Satisfaction for the Regimental Coats 
which was promised us by the Colony of New Hampshire 
Oct r 10. 1775 — 



Chris r Gold 
Stephen Dolbeer 

David X Morgan 

mark 



Daniel Lamprey 
Coffin Page 
James Wedgwood 
Joseph Dearborn 



Hanery Batchelder 
Samuel Dearborn 
John Marston 
Simon Leavitt 



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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Peter X Akerman 

in, irk 

Daniel Philbrick 
Joshua Weeks 
Zaccheus Brown 
Levi Robinson 
Walter Xeal 
Joseph Taylor 
Abraham Libbee 

Josiah X Mason 

mark 

Charles Citnbal in the 
John Harper in the pi 



Ichabod Shaw 
Nathan Towl 
Richard Taylor 
Levi Lam per 
Jeremiah Marston 
William Jackson 
David Marston 
William Samborn 
Ebenezer Samborn 
Levi Marston 
Jonathan fogg 
place of Zach r Towle 
ace of Eben r Tilton 



Jonathan Jenness 
James Tuck 
Timothy Dalton 
John Marston 
John mobs moulton 
Simon Philbrick 



1775 Oct r 17, Receiv d of Tim : Walker Jun r : Twenty Six Pounds 
Eight Shillings L my for the Twenty two Men whose Names are here- 
after named viz 



Jeremiah Berry 
Samuel Seve 
Simon Page 
Eben r 

John Dearbone 
Benj a Tucke 
Samuel Marston 
Nath 1 Berry 



Love ring 



Simon Drake 
Joseph Freze 
Jon a Goss 
James Hobbs 
Samuel Hobbs 
Joseph Hall 
Simon Knowles 
Edward Moulton 



Nathan S. Moulton 
David Moulton 
Jon a Marston 
Josiah Moulton 
John Taylor & 
Abner Sanborn 



which money I promise to pay to the above Men on Demand — 

Moses Leavitt L* 



[1-219] 



[Captain Benjamin Tit comb's Co."] 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap* Titcomb's Company in Coll' 
Poor's Reg 1 do hereby acknowledge that we have receiv d of Timothy 
Walker Jr. Four Dollars each Man in full Satisfaction for the regimental 
Coat which was promis d us by the Colony of New Hampshire — 



Medford Oct r 4 th 1775 — 



Elijah Otis 
Jonathan hodgdon 

his 

William X Gray 

murk 
his 

Andrew X Anderson 

murk 

Ichabod Tibbets 
Jacob Hossom 



Samuel Hall 
Benjamin Hall 
John Richards 
Ebenezer Curmel 
Enoch Chase 
Anthonv Hanson 
William Mord nt Bell 
James Horn 



James Burnham 
Jonathan Horn 
Amos Howard 
febens Holden 
Edward Dearborn 
Nathanel Watson 
Ephraim Perkins 
Thomas Garland 



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193 



Jonathan Downing 
Joseph Richardson 
Thomas Furbur 
Isaac Watson 
Moses Tibbitts 
Abram Libbey 
Eben r Hammock 
Barzillai Hinds 
Robert Casson 



John Friend 
Moses Brown 
Ton a Simonds 

J his 

John X Ham 

maak 
his 

Zoath X Henderson 

mark 
his 

Phineas X Wentworth 



Nathaniel Foss 
William Eveleth 
Jeremiah Gould 
Cheney Smith 
Nathan foss 
Daniel Young 
Daniel Horn 



1775 Oct r : 16 Rec d of Tim : Walker Jr. Sixty Eight Dollars for Reg- 
imental Coats for the seventeen Men whose names are hereafter men- 
tioned viz* 



John Bergin 
Wintrop Watson 
Eliphalet Cloutman 
James Lucas 
James Danelson 
Thorn 8 Meder 



Daniel dishing 
John Titcomb 
Benj a Roberts 
Samuel Medar 
David Hodson 
Thom s Berry 



Daniel M c neal 
John Walker 
Edward Rawlins 
Eben r Horn & 
Aaron Leighton 



which Money I promise to deliver to the above Men on demand 

Benj a Titcomb Cap* 

also receiv d of said Walker Four Dollars for Josiah Folsom who is 
absent 

Benj a Titcomb Cap* 



[1-220] 



[Captain Jeremiah Clougtis Co.~] 



W r e the Subscribers, belonging to Cap* Clough's Company, in Coll 
Poor's Reg* do hereby acknowledge that we have receiv d of Tim Walker 
Jun r Four Dollars each Man in full Satisfaction for the regimental Coat 
which was promised us by the Colony of New Hampshire 

Medford Oct r 4 1775 — 



William Thomson 
Joseph Clough 
Daniel Gale 
Daniel Ward 
James Sherburn 
John Curry 
Joseph Chandler 
Shubel Dearborn 

his 

James X Gibson 

Mark 

John Dearborn 
18 



Thomas Warren 
Simeon Robinson 
William Hayes 
Jacob garland 
Elisha Cates 

his 

Jacob X Eatton 

mark 
his 

Benj a X Eatton 

mark 

George Sheperd 
William forrest 



Levi Hunt 
Philip Hunt 
William Taylor 
Eli Simons 
Masten Morrill 
Ebenezer Eastman 
Enoch Gibson 
Jeremiah Gibson 
Phinehas Stevens 

hi* 

Robert X Forest 



194 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Samuel I lanes 
Obadiah Clough 
Nathan Taylor 
Levi Marston 
John Robinson 
Jonathan folsom 
John Moody Gilm; 
Joseph Hunton in 
William Connerly 
William Chamberl 
Abner hoitt in the 



Jonathan Thomas 

Andrew Cu mings 

David Blanchard 

Joseph Smith 

Jacob Tilton 

John Peterson 
m Humphry Colby 
the Place of Person Smith 
in the Place of Thorn 8 Drake 
in in the Place of Sam 1 Chamberlin 
Place of Nath 1 Dearbone 



Jonathan Forster 
Danil Randel 
John Lary 
John Glines 
Simon Sanborn 
Jonathan Smith 
Aaron Rolins 



1775 Nov 1 " 10 th Receiv d of Tim Walker Jr. Four Dollars for a Regi- 
mental Coat for Josiah Chase belonging to Cap* Clough's Company 

Abial Foster 

1775 Oct r 17 Rec d of Tim Walker Jr Eight Pounds Eight Shillings L 
my for regimental Coats for the Seven Men whose names are hereafter 
named viz 1 

Jon a Heath 
Charles Glidden 
Eben r Chandler 



Winthrop Clough 
William Glines 
Jona Sanborn 



Joshua Weeks 



which Money I promise to deliver to the above men on demand — 

Jer h Clough Cap* 



[ 1 -2 2 1 ] [ Cafit. Clougtis Co.~] 

A List of men in Cap* Clough Company that has not Drawn Blankets- 



Charles Glitton 
John Curry 
Sam 1 Hanes 
Philip Hunt 
Levi Marston 
Elisha Cate 
Nathan Taylor 
Robert Forrest 

Jacob Eatton 
Aaron Rowlens 

Benj" Eatton 
Daniel Ward 
Simon S a mborn 
Eli Simons 
Will" 1 Forrest 



James Gibson 
David Blanchard 
Jed h Gibson 
Joseph Clough 
Humphrey Colby 
Marston Morrill 
John Peterson 
Jonathan Foster 
Daniel Rendal 
Elkina Danford 
W'illiam Taylor 
Simeon Robenson 
Tone Boston 
Thomas Warren 
Josiah Chase 



Jonathan Folsom 
Person Smith 
Jonathan Smith 
Willm Haze 
John Moody Gilman 
Joseph Chandler 
Levi Hunt 
Ebenezer Eastman 
Thomas Lyford 
Obediah Clough 
Willi" 1 Glines 
Enoch Gibson 
Nath 1 Durborn 
John Durborn 
Shubal Durborn 



T. 

Is. 

Jo 
|b 

Pai 

Ho 
fti 



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195 



Medford Sep r 23 d 1775 Rec d of Ichabod Rollins Twenty three 
Pounds Eight Shillings for Blankets for Thirty Nine men of my Com- 
pany 

Res d By me 

Jer h Clough Cap 4 

Medford Oct 1 13 1775 Res d of Ichabod Rollins Twelve Shillings L. 
my for one Blanket 

Res d By 

David Moor 

Medford Octr 20 th 1775 Res d of Ichabod Rollins Seventy two Shil- 
lings L Money for Blankets for Six of my men 
Res d By 

Jere h Clough 



[1-222] 



\_Cafitain Philip Tilt on' s Co.~\ 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap* : Tilton's Company in Coll 
Poor's Reg* : do hereby acknowledge that we have rec d of Tim : Walker 
Jr. Four Dollars each Man in full Satisfaction for the Regimental Coat 
which was promised by the Colony of New Hampshire — Oct r n 1775 



Weare fifield 
Reuben Clough 

bis 

Tim X Wells 

mark 

John fuller 
Levi Colbey 
John French 
John fifield 
Simon Gilman 
Joseph Marsh 

his 

Caleb X Richardson 

mark 

Thos Beal 
Israel Smith 
Jonathan Weed 
# % David Burbank 

his 

Parker X Cooper 

mark 

Moses Huntoon 
Philbrick Huntoon 



Oliver Smith X Blake 

mark 

Jonathan Dudley 
Sam 1 Harsee 
Thorn 8 Fuller 
Eph m Carter 
Jon a Cass 
Jonathan Chase 
David Tilton 
John folsom 
True worthy Palmer 
Jeremiah Bean 
Jonathan Sleeper 

his 

Jacob X Sillaway 

mark 

Timothy Quimby 
Jonathan Huse 
Israel Colby 
moses woodman 
Joel Judkins 



Richard Bartlet 
Nathaniel Coffin 
Edward Magoon 
Daniel Woodman 
Enoch Greeley 
John Sweat 
Joseph Calef 
Charles Barnard 
mark Purmort 
Daniel Quimby 
Eliphalet Quimby 

his 

John X Ward 

mark 
his 

Benj X Loude 

mark 

Jacob Blasdel 
Joshua French 
David Kelley 
Moses Blake 
Dudley Gilman 



1775 Ocf 18. Receiv d of Tim : Walker Jun r Fifteen Pounds Twelve 



196 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Shillings L my for regimental Coats for the Thirteen Persons hereafter 
named viz — 



Eben r Proctor 
Alexander Stevens 
Samuel Severance 
Nathan Sleeper 
Eben r Tucker 



William Tandy 
Nath 1 Clarke 
Jon a Collins 
Jon a Davis 
Daniel Dolloph 



Richard Fitts 
Caleb Huntoon & 
Joseph Levitt 



which Money I promise to deliver to the above men on Demand 

Philip Tilton Cap* 



[1-223] 



[Captain Richard Short7'idge s Co."] 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap 1 Shortridge's Company in Coll 
Poor's Reg 1 do hereby acknowledge that we have rec d of Tim Walker 
Jr. Four Dollars each Man in full Satisfaction for the regimental Coats 
which was promis* us by the Colony of New Hampshire 

Medford Oct r 4 th 1775 



John Lewis 
Stephen Lang 
Philip Durgin 
Levi Ayers 
Nathan Marston 
Nicholas Wiggin 
David Hill 
Thomas Trickey 
Lazarus Holmes 
Christopher Gardner 
Joseph Nelson 
Richard L. Nelson 

his 

John X Oaks 

mark 

W m Gunnison 
Jonathan Seavey 
Thomas Ayers 



Benjamin Trusdel 
George P. Frost 
Zebulon Wille 
John King 
Samuel Smit 
Thomas Webster 
Cyprian Southack 

hit 

John X Clarke 

mark 

Lis 

Nicholas X Marriner 

mark 

Mark Brotten 

his 

Jonathan X Huntress 

mark 

Daniel Calfe 
Joseph Gerrish 
Will" 1 Knicrht 



Joseph X Mace 

m-.rk 

Samuel Nudd 
Simeon Marshall 
John Hilton 
Thomas Warteres 

his 

Simeon -f- Gilman 

mark 

Tho s Middleton 
Aron Rawllins 

his 

Thomas X Speed 

mark 

John Rawlins 

Elijah Vickery 
Samuel Davis 



1 775 Oct r 16 Rec d : of Tim° : Walker Jr Four Dollars for a Regimental 
Coat for Jeremy Mason belonging to my Company & absent 

Richard Shortridge Cap* 

1 775 Oct 1 " 4 Rec d : of Tim : Walker Jr: Four Dollars for each man 
whose name is hereunto annexed viz* John Hunking, Eben r Stagpole, 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROL L 197 

Benj a Dame, Ephraim Hall, Elisha Gunnison, John Grace, Ephraim 
Rand, Philip Johnson, Sam 1 Shortridge, William Bennet, Samuel Bro- 
ton, being eleven in Number which I promise to deliver to said Men 

Richard Shortridge Cap* 

1775 Oct r 4 th Rec d : of Tim : Walker Jun r : Three Pounds four Shil- 
lings in full for one Months pay for Jon a : Weeks and a Regimental Coat 
for said Weeks 



1775 Oct r : 4 Rec d : of Tim : Walker Jr. Eight Dollars in full for Two 
regimental Coats for John Hutchins & John Godfrey also Twenty Four 
Dollars for the Six following Men viz 4 

Thomas Chandler Benj a Newmarch Benj a Dockum & 

John Dennet Joseph Hogsdon Thorn 8 Footman 

which Money I promise to deliver to the above men on demand — 

Richard Shortridge Cap 4 



198 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[COLONEL JAMES REED'S REGIMENT. 
Receipts for Coat Money, October, 1775.] 



[1-224] 



\_Captaln Hezekiah Hut chins' *s Co.~\ 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap' H. Hutchins Company in Coll 
Reeds Reg 1 : do hereby acknowledge that we have rec d of Tim : Walker 
Jr. Four Dollars each Man in full Satisfaction for the regimental Coats 
which was promis d us by the Colony of New Hampshire 



Moses Stevens 
David Currier 
Nathaniel Leavitt 
Israel Ingalls 

his 

Peter X Kent 

mark 

Jere Foster 
Simon Norton 
Roberds Hale 
James Goss 
John Lane 
John Tuck 
Eben Wells 
Dudley Bayley 



Samuel Brown 

his 

Noah X Buswell 

mark 

William Gross 

hti 

Jeremiah X Haseltine William X Severance 

mark 

Peter Stevens 



John Lane 3 d 
Levi Mills 
moses Page 
Biley Smith 



mark 

theopilus Grifen 
Reuben Heath 
Simon Merrill 

his 

Samuel X Heath 

mark 

Samuel Johnson 

amos knowles 

Jacob Clifford for myself and John Clifford 



asa Stevens 
Thomas Wadleigh 
Sam 1 Hall 
William Randall 
Ruben Hill 



1775 Oct r 16 Recd: of Tim : Walker Jr. Thirty Four Pounds sixteen 
shillings L. my for regimental Coats for the 29 Men hereafter named 
viz 1 

John Hills 
Eben r Copps 
Micah Chaplin 
Moses Whittaker 
Gilbert Bond 
Benj" Couch 
John Emmons 
John Griffin 
Samuel Healey 
Levi Hildrith 



Zebediah Heath 
John Hutchins 
Ephraim Hutchins 
Sam 1 Morse 
Josiah Morse 
Samuel Morrill 
John Morrison 
Moses Qiiimby 
William Shannon 
Joseph Smith 



Peter Severance 
Reuben Sanborn 
Joseph Spillard 
Sam 1 Stevens 
Jon a Wad ley 
Thorn 8 Wilson 
John VVadley 
Moses Webster & 
John Farnum 



which Money I promise to deliver to the above Persons on demand 

H Hutchins Cap* 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



199 



[1-225] 



\_Captaiit Jacob Hinds's Co.~] 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap* Hinds's Company in Coll Reeds 
Reg* do hereby acknowledge that we have rec d : of Tim : Walker Jr : 
Four Dollars each Man in full for the regimental Coats which was prom- 
ised us by the Colony of New Hampshire 

Medford Oct r 4 1775 — 



Daniel Carlile 
Moses Belding 
Josiah Powers 
Jonathan Barrit 
John W Mitchel 
Henry Chamberlin 
Job Warner 
Ebenezer Aldrich 

his 

Eleazer X Robbins 

mark 

Jude Hall 
Ephraim Stone 
Elijah Cooper 
Ebenezer Chamberlain 

his 

Nathaniel X Pettingil 

mark 



John 



John Cole 
William Farwell 
Richard Coughlan 
William Hutchins 
Nahum Goodenow 
Samuel Robbins 
Reuben Tarbell 
Luther Winslow 
Daniel Warner 

his 

Ira X Evans 

mark 

Elijah Elmer 
David Glasier 
Nathaniel Whetcomb 
Elijah Taylor 

his 

Israel X Thomas 

mark 

Ezekiel Davis had a Coat found by the Colony 

1775 Oct r 9 Received of Tim Walker Jr. Four Dollars for each of the 
following Men being absent viz 



his 

James X Simonds 

mark 
his 

X Meginnis 

mark 

David Stoddard 
David Robins 

his 

Jonathan X Thompson 

mark 
his 

Lemuel X Wentworth 

mark 
his 

David X Thompson 

Caleb Aldrich 
Jonathan Wright 
Elisha Belding 



Samuel How 
Nathan Wilbore 
Jacob Hinds [Jr.] 
David Darby 
John White 
John Middle 



Job Brittain 
Oliver Johnson 
Caleb Balch 
John Ranstead 
Ephraim Leonard 
Jacob Davis 



David Witherby 
Thomas Amsden 
Benj a Mi not 
Hinds Reed 
Aaron Wheeton 



the above seventeen Men all joined my Company before the 4 th of 
August 1775 and I do hereby promise to deliver Four Dollars to each of 
the above men £20.8 — 

Jacob Hinds Cap* 



[1-226] 



\_Enlistment, Captain Jacob Hinds's Co.'] 



Capt. Hinds's Company paid Sept. 1775 
We the Subscribers do Solemnly and Severally inlist ourselves as Sol- 
diers in the New Hampshire Service for the preservation of the Liber- 



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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



ties of America from the day of our Inlistment to the last day of Decem- 
ber Next unless the Servis should admit of a Discharge of a part or the 
whole sooner which shall be at the Discretion of the Committy of Safty 
and we Hereby promise to submit our selves to all the orders and Regu- 
lations of the army and faithfully to observe all such orders as we shall 
receive from time to time from our Superior officers 



John Ranstead 
Caleb Balch 
Job Warner 
Nathan Wilbcer 
Ebenezer Aldrich 
David Wetherell 



Ephraim Leonard 
Benjamin Minott 
Daniel Warner 
Samuel How 
David Glasure 
Edward West Deserted 



Aaron Wheten 
Nathaniel Whitcomb 
David Thompson 
Jonathan Thompson 
Ephraim Stone 



Sep': 19 th 1775 — We the Subscribers do hereby acknowledge that we 
have receiv' 1 of Ichabod Rolins Esq Twelve Shillings L my each for a 
Blanket and Forty Shillings L mveach for one months pay, being inlist- 
ed in Cap 1 Hinds's Company in Coll Reeds Regiment 



John Ranstead 
Job Warner 
Ebenezer Aldrich 
Benjamin Minott 
Daniel Warner 



David X Thompson 



David Glasier 

his 

Aaron X Wheaton 

x- i.1 m - arl i ivi i Jonathan X Thompson 

Nathaniel Vvhetcomb J „,„X l 



[1-227] 



[Captain Levi Spaulding's Co.~] 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap 1 Spaulding's Company in Coll 
Reeds Reg 1 do hereby acknowledge that we have rec d of Tim Walker 
Jun r Four Dollars each Man in full Satisfaction for the regimental Coats 
which was promis d us by the Colony of New Hampshire 



Andrew Bayley 
Phinehas Hardy 
Isaac Carkin 
Thomas Hardy 
Isaac Cowan 

his 

William X Brown 

mark. 

Richard Hughes 
James Pemberton 
James Phillips 
James 1 Eutchinson 

ill! 

Benjamin X Dike 



Job Bayley 
Joseph Ellinwood 
Samuel Leeman 

his 

Richard X Goodman 

mark 

Nathael Batchelder 
William Lee 
William Merrill 
Samuel Hutchason 
William Campbell 
Samuel Lowel 
Jacob Dutton 
Ezra Dutton 



Phinehas Barker 
Ephraim How 
Samuel M c Master 
And w Thompson 

his 

William X Tuck 

mark 

Simeon Finch 
Ephraim Rollf 
William Starrett 

his 

Benj ;l X Stearns 

mark 
his 

Isaac X Stearns 

mark 



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201 



Andrew Shannon 



Ephraim X Smith 



Rob 4 Glover Jesse Lund 

Nehemiah Hutchinson John Rowe 

Samuel Currier Tim X Macintire 

Edward Beavins John Osgood 

James Campbell John Johnson 

Andrew Shannon Rec d pay in the place of Elijah Wilkins by agreement. 

1 795 Oct r 12 Rec d : of Tim Walker Jun r Twenty Four Dollars for Six 
Coats for the Six following men belonging to my Company being absent 
viz* : 

John Walker Joshua Chase Jacob Welman Robert B. Wilkens Sam 1 
Stiles David Glover which money I promise to deliver to the above men 
on Demand Levi Spaulding Cap* 



{1-228] 



[Captain Ezra Towne's Co.~\ 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap* Town's Company in Coll Reeds 
Reg* do hereby acknowledge that we have rec d of Tim Walker Jun r : 
Four dollars each Man in full for the regimental Coats which was prom- 
ised us by the Colony of New Hampshire 



Supply Wilson 
Jeremy Pri chard 
Archibald White 
thomas patterson 
Silas Gills 
Josiah Stone 
Elijah Davis 
Elijah Morse 
William Scott 
Benjamin Cutter 
Benj a Williams 
Jesse Carlton 
Daniel Severance 
Isaac Stanhope 

his 

Daniel X White 

mark 



his 

Farrah X Miller 

mark 

John Breed 
David Elliot 
David Avery 
Elisha Hubbard 
Thomas Morrison 
Phinehas Adams 
Abel Severance 
Samuel Griffin 
Ebenezer Bullard 
Asa Adams 
David Marshall 
Ebenezer Severance 

his 

Ebenezer X Prat 



Timothy Stearns 
John Eliot 
John Steart 

J his 

Arthur X Churchwood 

mark 

Josiah Walton 
Joseph Felt 
Samuel Bredeen 
Samuel Mitchel 
Jonathan Stevens 
Tho s Suck 1 Tufton 
Daniel Hall 
David Melvin 
Aaron Oliver 
pelatiah Whittemore 



Jeremiah Andrews Stephen Adams 

1775 Oct r 12 th Rec d of Tim Walker Jr: Nine Pounds Twelve Shil- 
lings for Eight Mens Coats belonging to my Company being absent viz* 

John Temple Ezra Town Jr Benj a King 

Nath 1 Carlton Samuel Soper Peter Brown 

Nathan Weston Levi Adams 

which Money I promise to deliver to the above Men on Demand 

Ezra Towne Cap* 



202 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[1-229] \_Captain Jonathci7i Whit comb' 's Co. List for Blankets. .] 



Serg* William Heaton 
Serg 1 Amos Boynton* 
Serg* Josiah Hastings 
Corp 1 Joseph Hammond 
Corp 1 Eleazer Jordon 
Corp 1 Josiah Burton 
fifer Joseph Smith 
Drum' Eleazer Cobleigh 
Edward Arnold* 
John Barker* 
Stephen Brigum 
Samuel Bishop 
Andrew Butler 
Nehemiah Cummins 
Enoch Cummins 
Ezekiel Chase 
Stephen Chapman 
Abel Easterbroks 
Joseph Fassett* 
Waitstill Field 
Ephraim Fan- 
Jonathan Farr 
Joshua Fan- 
Asa Gale 

Joshua Harrington 
Asa Hutchins 
Isaac Hutchins 
Benjamin Flewes 
Nathaniel Hill 
Charles Johnson 
Joseph Kneeland 
John Merrill 
Joseph Medcalf 

[Those marked with a * had " Inlisted for Canady." Those noted 
as "in the train," were enlisted into an artillery company.] 

Winter hill y e 1 I th of Sept? 1775 

Rec' 1 of Timothy Walker Ju r thirty six pounds twelve shill 8 in full for 
Sixty one Men in Cap 1 Whitcombs Company for Blankets in said Com- 
pany agreeable to the within List at 12/ each, by me Deducting one 
pound four shillings for two men Inlisted into the Train viz Abraham 
Griffin and Eben r parsons and y e Remainder is 35=:S=:o 

Elijah Clayes Lieu 1 



Present 


Joseph Potter* 
Amasa Parker* 






Present William Robertson 




Present 


[Jr] do 


William Toleman 




do 


do 


Moses Tucker 




do 


do 


Eleazer Stoddard 




do 


do 


Ebenezer Toleman* 






do 


Benjamin Toleman 




Present 




Henry Veazey 




do 




John Whitney 




do 


Present 


Jonathan W r ood 




do 


do 


Elisha Walton 




do 


do 


Elijah Walton 




do 


do 


Benjamin Wheeler 




do 


do 


John Whitney 2 d 




do 


do 


Samuel Follet 




do 


do 


Joshua Ellis absent 


sick 


do 


Samuel Kempton " 


u 






Samuel Wilson u 


u 




Present 


Samuel Treadwell 




Present 


do 


Jeremiah Wilson 




do 


do 


Jesse Cheaney on furlough 




do 


David Braman 




Present 


do 


Levy Durrant 




do 


do 


Charles Milins 




Deserted 


do 


Parson Newell 




Dead 


do 


Ebenezer Parsons in the train 


do 


Georg Parkhurst* 




Deserted 


do 


Samuel Parkhurst 




Deserted 


do 


Hezekiah Scot 




do 


do 


Abraham Griffin in the 


train 


do 


Abijah Whitcomb 






do 









REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



203 



[1-230] 



\_Captain Whitcomb' s Co.~\ 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap*: Whitcombs Company in CoU 
Reeds Reg* : do hereby acknowledge that we have rec d of Tim Walke 1 * 
Jr. Four Dollars each Man in full for the regimental Coats which wa s 
promis d us by the Colony of New Hampshire 



Joseph Smith 
Eleazer Jordan 
Jonathan Farr 
Abijah Whitcomb 
Joshua Fan- 
Abel Easterbrooks 
Benjamin Toleman 
Benjamin Hewes 
Samuel Bishop 

his 

Eleazer X Stoddard 

mark 

Isaac Huchins 
Waitstill Field 
Andrew Butler 



Joseph Medcalf 
asa hutch ins 
Moses Tucker 
Joseph Potter 
Samuel Wilson 
Jesse Cheney 
Stephen Brigham 
Josiah Burton 
Silvanus Reed 
William Tolman 
Nathaniel Cumings 
Elij. Walton 
Enoch Cumings 
Jonathan Wood 



Nathaniel Hills 
David Braman 
John Harrington 

Joshua 
Hollowill merrill 
Levi Durant 
Josiah Hastings 

his 

Elisha X Walton 

mark 

Ezekiel Chase 
Eleazer Cobleigh 
John Whitney 2 d 
John Whitney 
Henry Veazie 



for 



1775 Oct r 13 Rec d of Tim : Walker Ju r : Forty Eight Dollars for reg- 
imental Coats for the Twelve men hereafter named viz* : 



William Eatton Ephraim Fan- 

Joseph Hammond [Jr.] Asa Gale 
Joseph Kneeland Charles Johnson 

Sam 1 Treadwell John Merrill 



Benj a Wheeler 
Jeremiah Wilson 
Joshua Ellis 
Samuel Follet 



which Money I promise equally to divide to the above named on De- 
mand, said Men belong to my Company and are now absent 

Jonathan Whitcomb Cap* 



[1-231] [Captain William Walker's Co. List for Blankets. ~\ 

A List of the Mens Names Mustered at Cambridge May 26 1775 Cap* 
Walkers Company 



Cap* W m Walker 
Lieu* James Brown 
Ensign W m Roby 
Dan 1 Warner 
Francis Putnam 
John Lund 



Moses Chandler 
Abijah Reed 
Elifelet Bailey 
Eleazer Blanchard 
Rich d Adams 
Eben r Fosget 



James Harwood 
Ichabod Lovewell 
Hart Balch 
Stephen Blanchard 
Jacob Blodget 
Nehemiah Winn 



204 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



W m A r Hawkins 
Medad Combs 
Sim" Butterfield 

Peter Honey 
Paul Clogstone Dead 
Joel Steward 
Philip Ab* Roby 
Jonathan Harris 
W ,n Harris Jun r 
Arch 1 Gibson 
Ben" Whitney 
Jonathan Danforth 
Phi n s Whitney 
David Adams 
Jason Russell Dead 
Ben" Bailey 



W m Butterfield 
James Gibson 
David Marsh 
John Snow 
Nathan Abbot 
Tim'y Darling 
Dan 1 Brown 
Theodore Stevens 
Henry Stevens 
Stephen Blanchard Jr. 
Henry Lovejoy 
Jonathan Gray 
Isaac Brown 
Abel Danforth 
Simeon Hill 
Asa Cram Dead 



Stephen Chase 
Joshua Severance 
Israel How 
Joseph Greely 
Paul Wood 
Moses Chamberlin 
Jonathan Emerson 
Henry Lovewell 
Oliver Woods Dead 
Nehemiah Wright 
Silas Chamberlin 
Nehemiah Lovewell 
John Lovewell 
David Adams Jur. 
W m Harris 
Mansfield Taplin 



Winter hill y e 11 th of Sep r 1775 — 

Rec d of Timothy Walker Jur. thirty seven pound Sixteen Shill 8 in full 
for Blankets for Sixty three Men in my company at 12 / each 
by me 

W m Walker Cap* 



[1-232] 



\_Captain William Walker's Co.~] 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap* Walker's Comp y in Coll Reed's 
Reg* do hereby acknowledge that we have rec d of Tim Walker Jun r 
Four Dollars each Man in full for a regimental Coat which was promised 
us by the Colony of New Hampshire 



John Lund 

John Lovewell 
J hi. 

Simeon X Butterfield 



Peter X Honey 

mark 
his 

Joel X Steward 

nmrli 

Benjamin Whitney 
Phinehas Whitney 
Benjamin Bayley 

Eliphalet X Bayley 

murk 

Eleazer Blanchard 

his 

Richard X Adams 

mark 



Ebenezer X Fusget 

mark 

David Marsh 
Moses Chamberlin 
Jon a Emerson 
Nathan Abbot 
Timothy Darling 
Daniel Brown 
Isaac Brown 
Simeon hills 
James Ha r wood 
Jacob Blodget 
Stephen Chase 
Nehemiah Winn 
Silas Chamberlin 
Mansfield Taplin 



David Adams 
William Harris 
Jonathan Danforth 

J his 

Abel X Danforth 

mark 

Nehemiah Lovewell 
Stephen Blanchard Jr 
Henry Stevens 
John Snow 
Hart Balch 
Fr : Putnam 
Abijah Reed 
Philip Roby 
Joshua Severance 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



205 



1775 Oct 1 " 13 Rec d : of Tim : Walker Jr. Nineteen Pounds four Shil- 
lings L my for regimental Coats for the Sixteen following Persons viz* 

Daniel Warner 



William Hawkins 
Medad Combs 
W m Harris Jun r 
Arch d Gibson 
David Adams 2 d 



Moses Chandler 
William Butterfield 
Theodore Stevens 
Henry Lovejoy 
Ichabod Lovewell 



Stephen Blanchard 
Joseph Grealee 
Henry Lovewell 
Nehemiah Wright 
Israel How 



which money I promise to pay to the above named Persons on Demand 

W m Walker Cap* 



[ J - 2 33] 



\_Captain Philip Thomas's Co. ] 



We the Subscribers belonging to Cap* Thomas's Company in Coll 
Reed's Reg* do hereby acknowledge that we have receiv d of Timothy 
Walker Jr. Four Dollars each man in full Satisfaction for the Regimental 
Coat which was promised us by the Colony of New Hampshire 

Medford Oct r : 4 1775 



Jacob Peirce 
John Demary 
Eben r Ingalls 
Samuel Parker 
obadiah marsh 
Ezekiel Demary 
Caleb Winn 
David Hale 
Thomas Hutchinson 
Stephen Adams 
Simeon Ingalls 
Simon Davis 



Thomas Emery 
Benjamin Beels 
James Cochran 
Peter Webster 
Benj a Parker 

Ter Rusell 
J hi, 

Thomas X Henderson 

mark 
his 

Timothy X Rogers 

mark 

Nehemiah Porter 
Hezekiah Wetherbee 



Benj a Lovering 
Ezekiel Learned 

his 

Richard X Alexander 

mark 

Enos Lake 
Henry Davis 
Reuben page 
Dudley Griffin 
Daniel Russell 
Daniel Lake 
David Davis 
Leme Page 



1775 Oct r 15 th Rec d of Tim Walker J r Ten Pounds Sixteen Shil- 
lings L my for Regimental Coats for the Nine Persons hereafter named 
belonging to my Company, being absent — viz* 



Benj a Davis 
Joseph Wright 
Joel Russell 



Jacob Hobbs 
John Thompson 
Isaac Leeland 



Godfrey Richardson 
Hugh Gragg & 
Benj a Dole 



which Money I promise to deliver to the above Persons on demand 

Philip Thomas Cap* 



206 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[1-234] \_Cap tain Benjamin Mann's Co. List for Bla?ikets.~\ 



Sar 1 Abijah Allen 
Sar* Jonathan Robbins 
Sar 1 Simeon Ames 
Sar 1 Ebenezer Carpen- 
ter 
Corp. Samuel Abbott 
Corp. Willm Miles 
Corp. John Buxton 
Corp. Silas Fuller 
John Farnum 
Benj a Beavins 
Elijah Avery 
Will™ Ball 
Ebenezer Carleton 
Daniel Collins 
Sam 1 Campbell 
John Dutton 
Nathaniel Fan- 
Jonathan Foster 
John Fish 
Isaac Flagg 



John Gillson 
Adino Goodenow 
John Hutchinson 
Simeon Hildrith 
Jeremiah Holt 
Nathaniel Haselton 
Simeon Holt 
Joseph Hodgman 
Joseph Lowell 
Asa Lewis 
Stephen Lund 
Timothy Lowell 
Will" 1 Parker 
Benj a Randell 
Samuel Scripture 
John Sloan 
John Stroud 
Samuel Scripture J r 
Thomas Tarbell 
Edmund Tarbell 
Edmund Taylor 



John Thomas 
Samuel Wright 
George Woolson 
Robert Worsley 
John Adams 
Isaac Barrett 
Jacob Blodgett 
John Brown 
Ebenezer Blood 
Joseph Blood 
Amos Colburn 
Manuel Grace 
Reuben Hosmer 
Zaccheus Hodgman 
Joseph Herrick 
Caleb Shaw 
Benj a Wright 
Levi Rogers^ 
Joseph Slack 



Winter Hill Sep r y e 13 th 1775 

Rec d of Timothy Walker Ju r thirty four pounds four shill 3 in full for 
fifty seven mens Blankets in my company at 12/ Each 
by me 

Benjamin Mann Cap* 



[1-235] 



[ Captain Benjamin Mann's Co."] 



We the Subscribers belonging 

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to Cap 1 : Mann's Company in Coll Reed's 
Reg 1 : do hereby acknowledge that we have rec d : of Tim° Walker Jr. 
Four Dollars each Man in full for a regimental Coat which was 
promised us by the Colony of New Hampshire 



Abijah Allen 
Jonathan Robbins 
Samuel Abbot 
William Mills 
Silas Fuller 
John Buxton 

his 

Benjamin X Bevins 



Joseph Herrick 
Sam 1 Scriptur 2 d 

his 

Isaac X Barrett 

mark 

John Dutten 
John thomas 
Samuel Campbell 
Jonathan Foster 



John X Sloan 

mark 

John Hutchinson 
Simeon Hildrith 
Amos Coburn 
Edmund Taylor 
Jeremiah Holt 
Simon Holt 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



207 



Timothy Lowell 

his 

John X Fish 

mark 

Isaac Flagg 
John farnum 
Joseph Hodgman 

Josepl 



his 

1 X Lowel 

mark 



Nath 1 X Haseltine 

mark 
his 

George X Woolson 

mark 
his 

Elijah X Averil 

mark 

Daniel Collins 
Adine Goodenouf 



Sam 1 X Scripture 

mark 

John Gilson 
Asa Lewis 

bis 

William X Bale 

mark 

John Adams 
Joseph Slack 



Oct r 12 1775 Rec d of Tim : Walker Jr : Four Dollars for each of the 
following Men being absent viz* 



Simon Ames 
Eben r Carpenter 
Thorn 8 Tarbell 
Edmund Tarbel 
Stephen Lund 



Nath 1 Farr 
Eben r Carlton 
Zac s Hogsman 
Benjamin Rend all 
John Stroud 



William Parker 
Levi Rogers 
Jacob Blodgett 
Samuel Wright 



I do hereby Promise to deliver four Dollars to each of the above named 
fourteen Men 

Benjamin Mann Cap* 



[i-237] 



\_Captain yosiah Crosby's Co.~] 



We the Subscribers in Cap 4 : Crosby's Company in Coll Reeds Reg* : 
do hereby acknowledge that we have rec d : of Tim : Walker Jr : Four 
Dollars each Man in full satisfaction for the regimental Coat which 
was promised us by the Colony of New Hampshire 

Oct r 12, 1775 



Tho s Clark 
Ebenezer Wakefield 
Nurse Sawyer 
James Gilman 
Joseph Leavitt 
Isaac Wright 
William Bradford 
Lemuel Winchester 
Peter Goss 
Jabez Holt 
Joseph Wallace 
Thaddeus Fitch 



Joseph Wakefield 
Roger Dutton 
Joseph Boutwell 
Jonas Perry 

Nathaniel X Berritt 

mark 

Thomas Boutell 
Samuel Stearns 
Jonathan Greele 
Jacob Curtice 

his 

Stephen X Crosby 



Bezaleel Howe 
John Greele 
Amos Flint 
Joel How 

his 

Jon a X Burnam 

mark 

Sam 1 X Williams 
Robert cochran 
Andrew Leavitt 

his 

Jonathan X Wilkins 

mark 

Asa Farnum 



1775 Oct r 12 Rec d Four Dollars of Tim Walker Ju r : for each of the 



208 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Nineteen following Persons being absent for their regimental Coats 
promised by the Colony of New Hampshire viz* 

John Mills Benja Davis Jon a Taylor 

David Ramsey Joshua Abbott Joshua Pettengill 

Josiah Sawyer Alexander Brown Nath 1 Grealey 

Elea r W. Kingsbury Thomas Giles William Wakefield 

Eli Wilkins Rufus Trask Jonathan Small 

Thomas Powell Archelaus Kenny 

Joshua Burnham Solomon Kittridge 

I promise to deliver Four Dollars to each of the above named 19 Men 
on Demand 

Josiah Crosby Cap 1 



NEW HAMPSHIRE TROOPS IN THE QUEBEC 
EXPEDITION. 

NOTE BY THE EDITOR. 

In August, 1775, General Washington conceived the idea of send- 
ing a force to attempt the capture of Quebec. Their route was to be 
up the Kennebec river, thence through the forests of Maine and 
Canada to the Chaudiere river, and thence down that stream to its 
junction with the St. Lawrence, about four miles above Quebec. 

The detachment was composed of men enlisted for that duty from 
the troops in the vicinity of Boston, and was placed under the com- 
mand of Col. Benedict Arnold, with Lieut. Col. Roger Enos as sec- 
ond in command. They were relieved from duty in the several 
organizations to which they formerly belonged, and ordered to Cam- 
bridge common on the 8th and 9th of September, where they were 
organized into two battalions of about eleven hundred men, and re- 
mained until the evening of the 13th, when they marched to Med- 
ford. They sailed from Newburyport on the 19th, and reached the 
Kennebec on the day following, landing about three miles below 
Fort Western, which was on the site of the present city of Augusta. 
From that place the detachment marched in four divisions, with 
rations for forty-five days. About the 27th of October, Lieut. Col. 
Enos, with three companies, became discouraged, and returned to 
Cambridge. The remainder of the force pushed on through a path- 
less forest, wading through swollen streams of ice-cold water, and 
almost impenetrable swamps. Their provisions were exhausted long 
before reaching the Canadian settlements, their clothes became so 
dilapidated as to furnish but little protection against the rigor of a 
Canadian winter, and many were barefoot for days before they 
reached Quebec on the 8th of November. The sufferings of this 
band of heroes cannot be expressed, and could have been endured 
only by a class of men inured to hardship and exposure, and fired 
with a patriotism which prompts its possessors to win the victory or 
perish in the attempt. In this detachment were at least eighty-eight 
New Hampshire men, as shown by the following rolls. New Hamp- 
shire had also at the same time three companies, numbering 195 men, 
in the service in Canada under Col. Timothy Bedel, which did good 
service at St. John and elsewhere; thirty-three companies, contain- 
ing 1,264 men, under Col. Wingate, guarding our sea-coast ; and at 
least three regiments, of ten companies each, in Gen. Washington's 
army in Massachusetts. Notwithstanding this the little state raised 
on short notice and sent thirty-one companies, containing 1895 men, 
to Massachusetts, in December, to take the place of some Connecti- 
cut troops who were not patriotic enough to remain in the service at 
that critical time, amounting in all to nearly 5,000 men in the army 
from this state in December, 1775. 
19 



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Woodbury 
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do 
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Kinsman 
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Patrick Murphy 
John Bicford 
Benjamin Nealey 
Samuel Rowell 
William Willey 
David Page 
Nehemiah Leavitt 
Brackett Leavitt 




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fi— 241] \_A?nounts due the Men of Dearborn's Co.~\ 



217 



Henry Dearborn Cap 4 
Nath ]1 Hutchins Ens n 
Ammi Andrews Serj 1 
Joseph Thomas Do 
Jon a Perkins Do 

Sam 11 Cherry Do 
Tho s M c Clure Do 
Moses Gilman Corp 1 
Timothy Ahern Do 
James Taggart Do 
Simeon Sanborn Do 
Caleb Edson Fifer 
Tho s Frohock Private 
W m Johnston 
Amos Heath 
John M c Collom 
Jon a Fogg 
Aaron Serjant 
John Robinson Drumer 
John Dobbin Private 
Jon a Norris 
David George 
Tho s Stickney 
Winthrop Keneson 
Joseph Loverin 
Moses Follinsby 
Joseph Smith 
Enos Runnels 
John Ray 
John Orr 
Tho s Tolley 
John Maunhun 
Edmond Bointon 
Jn° Flanders 
Josiah Allen 
Sam 11 Sias 
Jn° Robinson 
Joseph Springer 
W m Preston 
Eliphas Reed 
Jo s Davis 

Peter Roswell Stephens 
Partrick Fling 
Bryan Roque 
Elkiner Danforth 
Jacob Chace 
Moses Martin 



Time of first 
Inlistment 



April 23, 1775 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

24 
May 8 — 
April 23 

Do 

Do 
May 8 
Do 

May 14 

Do 1 
April 23 

Do 

June 16 

April 24 

Do 23 

Do 
May 1 

Do 
April 24 

Do 
May 11 th 

Do 1 

April 24 

D-23 

May 29 

April 23 

May 1 

April 24 

Do 23 

May 6 

April 24 

May 20 

Do 4 

Do 12 

Do 6 

April 24 

April 23 

Do 28 

May 27 

April 23 

May 10 



under whom 


What 


Pay 




Regt 


Receivd 




Stark 


l8. O.O 


M c laughlin 


Do 


II. O.O 


Hale 


Do 


8.08.O 


Dearborn 


Do 


7. 4.O 


Moor 


Do 


7. 4.0 


Reed 


Do 


7. 4.0 


M c laughlin 


Do 


7. 4.0 


Kinsman 


Do 


6. 12.0 


Richards 


Do 


6. 12.0 


Hale 


Do 


6. 12 


Abbot 


Do 


6.12.0 


Kinsman 


Do 


6.12.0 


Do 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Abbot 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Moor 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Do 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Do 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Norris 


Poor 


6. 0.0 


M c laughlin 


Stark 


6. 0.0 


Moor 


Stark 


6. 0.0 


Reed 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Moor 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Do 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Abbot 


Do 


6. 0.0 


M c laughlin 


Do 


6. 0.0 


abbots 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Moor 


Stark 


6. 0.0 


M c laughlin 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Reed 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Titcomb 


Poor 


6. 0.0 


Richards 


Stark 


6. 0.0 


Hutchins 


Do 


6. 


Abbot 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Moor 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Dearborn 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Abbot 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Kinsman 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Abbot 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Do 


Do 


6. 


Do 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Do 




6. 0.0 


M c laughlin 


Stark 


6. 0.0 


Woodbury 


Do 


6. 0.0 


Clough 


Poor 


6. 0.0 


Hale 


Stark 


6. 


Abbot 


Do 


6. 0.0 



that's Due up 
tc first of 
Seutemr 



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I, 

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2.15.8 
2.15.8 
2.15.8 
1. 13. 9 

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1. 2.8 

2. 0.0 
2.10.8 
2.10.8 

2. 9.4 
2.10.8 
2.10.8 
2. 0.0 
0.0 
9-~ 

9— 

6.8 
0.0 
9.4 

10.8 
4.0 

10.8 
0.0 



9.4 
10.8 

13-4 
9.1 

14.8 

16.0 
5-4 

13-4 
9.4 

10.8 
4.0 
6.8 

10.8 
8.0 



218 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 















what's Due up 




Time of first 


under whom 


What 


Pay 


to first of 




Inlistment 




Regt 

Stark 


Receivd 


Septemr 


John Bean 


April 23 


Hutchins 


6. 


0.0 


2. IO.8 


James Beverly 


May 4 


Dearborn 


Do 


6. 


0.0 


I . 16.O 


Robert Heath 


April 23 


Hale 


Do 


6. 


0.0 


2.10.8 


John Morgan 


April 30 


Hutchens 


Do 


6. 


0.0 


2. I .4 


Nath 11 Martin 


Do 23 


Moor 


Do 


6. 


0.0 


2.IO-8 


W m Forest 


Do Do 


[Torn out.] 


Do 


6. 


0.0 


[Torn out.] 


Matthias French 


May 8 


Dearborn 


Do 


6. 


0.0 


1. 10. 8 


James Can- 


April 23 


Hale 


Do 


6. 


0.0 


2.10.8 


Enoch Bayley 


Do Do 


Woodbury 


Do 


6. 


0.0 


2.10.8 


David Lawler 


Do 24 


M c laughlin 


Do 


6. 


0.0 


2. 9.4 


W m Taylor 


Do 23 


Hale 


Do 


6. 


0.0 


2.10.8 


Jon a Smith 


Do 24 


M c laughlin 


Do 


6. 


0.0 


2. 9.4 


Sam 11 Hews 














Volentine Serjeant 


Do 23 


Reed 


Do 


6 


0.0 


2.10.8 


Robert Holland 


May 1 


Moor 


Do 


6. 


0.0 


2. 0.- 


John Clark 


April 24 


Abbot 


Do 


6- 


0.0 


2. 9.4 


Moses Fellows 


Do 23 


[Torn out.] 


Do 


6. 


0.0 


2. 10.8 


Tho s Holmes 


May 4 


Reed 


Do 


6. 


0.0 


1 . 16.0 


Moses Kimbal 


April 23 


Hale 


Do 


6. 


0.0 


2.10.8 


Abra m Kimball 














John Pike Hilton 


May 23 


Dearborn 


Do 


6. 


0.0 


0. 12.0 




£146.10.8 



The above is a True Roll of the Company that March'd from Cam- 
bridge to Quebec with me in the year 1775 

Henry Dearborn, Cap' 
Sworn to before the Committee 

State of New Hampshire In Committee of Safety Novem r 8 th 1776 
To Nich s Gilman Esq r R. G. Pay 7 Each Person in the foregoing Roll 
the Sum carried off against his name as due — 

M Weare Chairman 

We the Subscribers do Acknowledge to have receivd of Nicholas Gil- 
man The Several Sums Carry'd of against our names as the Balance Due 
as witness our Hands — 

his 

Jonathan -\- Fogg 

mark 

received for John Dobbin per order Math w Patten 
William Taylor Receiv'd for John Pike Hilton 

Jonathan Perkins 0.12.0 

Elkanah Danforth & for my Self 7.12.0 



Joseph Smith 
James l>cvcrley 



£8. 4.2 
Per Henry Dearborn 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



219 



william Presson 

his 

Eliphis X Reed 

mark 

Jonathan Norris 

Moses Kimball 

Robart -j- Hollands mark 

Timothy Ahern 

Receiv'd for Aaron Sargent 505 8 

Thomas Clough 
Jn° Robertson 

Robert Heath 

Received for Thomas Holmes 
per order Samuel Cherry 
Peter R Stevens 

Edmund Boyenton 

Thomas Stickney 

Enos Runnells 

Rec d for John McCollam per 

order. Henry Dearborn 
Rec'd for Sam 1 Sias per Order 

£i.i3-4 

Henry Dearborn 

received for Joseph Davis 
Per order Per Cutting Noyes 
Rec d for Amos Heath per order 

225-8 

Per Sam 11 Little 
rec' d for David Lawler 
per order — 2.9.4 

James Underwood 
Receiv'd for Matthias French 
£1.10.8 William french Juner 
Rec d my wages within mentioned 
Jacob Chase 
Rec d for Jonathan Smith 

per order. 

Per Natha 1 Hutchins 



Receiv'd for John morgan 2.1.4 

& for my Self — 4. 1 .4 

£6.2.8 
Per Natha 1 Hutchins 
Receiv'd for Nath Martin 

2.10.8 Per Math w Patten 

receiv'd for Thorn 3 M c Clure 

2.19.2 
& for my Self — 3. 4.0 



£6. 3.2 
Per Ammi Andrews 
received for moses fellows 2.10.8 
& for my Self — 3. 0.9 



£5.11.5 

Joseph thomas 
Samuel Chirrey 
Receiv'd for Patrick Fling 

2.10.8 
for Volentine Serjeant 2.10.S 

for David George — 2.10.8 



£7.12.0 
Per Samuel Cherry 
Enoch Bayley 
Thomas frohock 

Gilman 

Caleb Edson 

Rec d 495- 4^ for Moses Follinsby 
Per order Per 

John Hogg 
Rec d 555 8 for James Taggart 
per order — 

Per Ammi Andrews 
Rec d for John Maunhun 
per order — 

Daniel Moor 
Rec d for John Orr per order 
£2.10.8 

Per James Betton 



220 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[1-242] 



A List of the Officers & Privates Belonging to my Compa 
went to Quebec Last fall under the Command of Col Arnold, w 
Not Received their Pay as Soldiers in the Newhampshire Troops 
Month of June in the year 1 775 — 



ipany who 

«, who have 

Troops for the 



Henry Dearborn Cap 1 
Nathanel Huchens Lieu* 
Am mi Andrews Ens n 
Joseph Thomas Sarg 1 
Jonathan Purkens D° 
Samuel Cherry D° 
Thomas M c Cluer D° 
Moses Gilmon Corp 1 
Timothy Aharn D° 
James Taggart D° 
Simeon Sanborn D° 
Caleb Edson fifer 
Thomas Frohock Private 
William Johnson D° 
Amos Heath 
John M c Collom 
Jonathan Fogg 
Aaron Sargent 
John Robinson 
John Dobbin 
Jonathan Norris 
David George 
Thomas Stickney 
Winthrop Kineston 
Joseph Lovering 
Moses Folinsby 
Joseph Smith 
Enos Runnels 
John Kay 
John Orr 
Joseph Springer 
William Presson 
Eliphes Reed 
Joseph Davis 

A True List 
October 30 th 1776 



Peter Osvval Stevens 
Patrick Fling 
Bryan Roque 
Eleanah Danforth 
Jacob Chace 
Moses Marten 
John Been 
James Beverly 
Robart Heath 
John Morgan 
Nathanel Marten 
William Forrist 
Matthias French 
James Carr 
Enoch Bayley 
David Lolly 
William Taylor 
Jonathan Smith 
Samuel Hews 
Volintine Sargent 
Robart Holland 
John Clark 
Moses Fellows 
Thomas Holmes 
Moses kimbal 
Abraham Kimbal 
John Pike Hilton 
Thomas Tolly 
John Maunhun 
Edmond Byanton 
John Flanders 
Josiah Ellen 
Samuel Syas 
John Robinson Redhead 



Henry Dearborn Cap 1 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



221 



[> 2 43] 

A Return of Men from the New-Hampshire Regiments in Col. Bene- 
dict Arnold's Detachment, not paid for the Month of August 1 775 — 



Names 



Moses Kimbal 
Luther Trowbridge 
Eben r Toolman 
Edw d Arnold 
John Barker 
Joseph Fasset 
Gil. Casewell 
Jos. Parks 
Jn° Doole 
Jn° Brown 
Rob* Wessly 
Amos Boynton 
Wildair Kedder 
Ephraim Stevens 
Sam 1 Harpur 



Henry Derborne 
Nath 1 Hutchins 
Ammi Andrews 



Caleb Edson 



John M. Gilman 
Eleaz r Danforth 
Tho s Tolley 
Jn° Robertson 



Regiments 



Reeds 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 



7 th Starks 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 



; th Poors 
d° 
d° 

d° 



Companies 


Quality 


jBt 


Private 


Whitcombs 


Corp 1 


d° 


Private 


d° 


d° 


d° 


d° 


d° 


d° 


Massey's 
d° 


d° 
d° 


Thomas's 


d° 


Man's 


d° 


d° 


d° 


d° 


Seif 


Town's 


Filer 


d° 


Private 


d° 


d° 


Derbons 

9 th 


Capt 
I st Lieut 


IO th 


Ensign 


j st 2 d ^d ^th 


4 Serj'ts 


4, 6, 8 & io 


4 Corp ls 


6 th 


Fifer 




6 1 Priv ts 


3 d 


Private 


3 


d° 
d° 


7 lh 


d° 



Companies 
now in 



Derborne 
Wards 

d° 

d° 

d° 

d° 

d° 

d° 

d° 

d° 

d° 

d° 
M c Cobb's 

d° 

d° 



Derborn's 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 



d° 
d° 

d° 
d° 



Wages due 



S. D 

2 

2. 4 .- 
2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2. 8- 
2. 4- 

2 

2 



£30.16. 

^6 — 
4 — 

3 — 

9.12 

8.16 

2. 4 

122 — 



£155.12 

2 — 
2 — 
2 — 
2 — 



£8 



Sir 



Cambridge Head Quarters 
Septem r 14, 1775 



His Excell s General Washington desires you would give the neces- 
sary Directions for the Payment of the New Hampshire Troops to 



222 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

amount the Money specified on the other Side for the Men detached un- 
der Col Amherst 

I am very respectfully Sir 
Your most Hbble 
Serv. 

The Hon. General Jos. Reid 

Sullivan Secretary 

Winter Hill Septem br 14th 1775 

Sir I Desire you would Immediately pay off The within mentioned 
Sums to The Troops now marching to Canady or Send it by Captain 
Dearborn & you will oblidge your Humble Servant 

Jn° Sullivan 

Ichabod Rollings Esq r 

N B all Those who have not been paid up to the month of August 
ought to be Immediately paid y rs as above 

Jn° Sullivan 
Dea n Brooks 

S r I Desier that you Wold answer the above Reqest as I Have Not 
the money 

Icha d Rollins 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



223 



ROLLS OF THE TROOPS ENGAGED IN THE DE- 
FENCE OF PISCATAQUA HARBOR, 1775. 

[The fourth provincial congress voted, on the first day of Septem- 
ber, 1775, to raise four regiments of minute men by the enlistment 
of men from the several regiments of militia. The men were to be 
enlisted for four months, and then others were to take their places. 
Col. Joshua Wingate, of Stratham, was appointed to take command 
of the first regiment, with the rank of colonel ; Jonathan Burnham, 
lieutenant colonel ; James Hackett and George Gains, majors. The 
troops were stationed in Portsmouth, New Castle, Kittery, and vicin- 
ity, to defend the harbor from any attack that might be made upon it 
by the enemy from the seaward. 

The following are the rolls of the several companies as mustered 
November 5, giving their several stations : — Ed.] 



[1-244] [Colonel yoshua Wingate' 's Return of the Troops Stationed 
for Defence of Piscataqua Harbor, November, 1775. ~\ 

A return of the Rifle Men under the Command of Lieu 4 James Parr, 
on Great-Island, Nov r 5 th 1775 — James Parr, Lieut. 



Serjeants- 
John Dougherty 
John Doyle 



George Sands 
George Saltsman 
William Leek 
Charles Cochran 
Charles Ford 
William M c Murry 
James Carson 
Aaron Wright 
Sam 1 Dean 
David Clemons 



Corporals 

Aquilla White 
Alex r Crawford 



Privates — 

Jacob Lindey 
Lawrence Meskill 
John Youer 
John Stretton 
David Reece 
Henry Shoot 
David Wright 
Daniel Mangum 



John Thompson 
Tho s Cook 
Andrew Johnston, Drum, 



John M c Murtry 
John Early 
Michael Myles 
James Laughlin 
William Chesnut 
Henry Snebly 
John Bornheeter 
Hugh Dennison 
Samuel Sciley 



224 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[1-245] 

Return of Cap 1 Joseph Parsons's Company, on Great-Island, Nov r 5 th 
1775— 



Joseph Parsons, Cap' 



Serjeaitts— 

Abraham Libbey 
Alexander Salter 
Timothy Berry 
Sam 1 knowles 



Joseph Rand 
Sam 1 Jenness Ju r 
Job Brown 
Nathan Tovvle 
Peter Jenness 
Nimshi 

Abraham Clifford 
Edward Varrill 
James Ryan 
Elijah Lock 



Nathan Goss, 2 d Lieu* 

Corporals — 

Henry Shopley 
William Rand 
Joshua Lock 
Jeremiah Berry 

Privates — 

James Seavey 
Joshua Rand 
Stephen Rand 
Richard Jenness 
Joseph Brown 
W m Yeaton 
Benjamin Marden 
John Rand 
Robert Morrison 
John Jenness 



William Seavey, i 8t Lieu 1 



Drtun?7ier- 
Peter Johnson 

Fifer — 

Michael Doulton 



John Lock 
Edward Randel 
Jacob Tibbitts 
Thomas Lang 
George Sanders 
Abrah™ Matthews 
John Foss 
Tobias Trundy 
William Treferrin 
[Trefethen] 



[1-245] 

A Return of Cap 4 John Calef's Company on Great-Island Nov r 5' 

1775— 



John Calef, Cap* 
Robert Stewart, i Bt Lieu* 



Benjamin Hoit, 2 d Lieu' 
Peter Morss, Ensign 



Serjeants — 

Benjamin Batchelder 
William Richardson 
Charles Collins 
Tho s Eliot 



John Darling 
fames Atwood 
Caleb Webster 
Sam 1 True 



Corporals — 

Benjamin Morss 
Andrew Bryant 
Zebadiah Hoit 
Thomas Gould 

Privates 

Benjamin Fuller 
Jesse Heath 
James Randall 
Sam 1 Goodwin 



Drummer — 
Ezra French 

Fifer 
Theophilus Goodwin 



John Colby 
Samuel Kimball 
Isaac Eastman 
Peaslee Hoyt 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



225 



John Richardson 
Moses Williams 
Jabez Plummer 
Amos Clark 

[i-245] 



Daniel Goodwin 
Nicholas Colby 
Timothy Currier 
Isaac Whitcher 



Timothy Heath 
Elijah Bagley 
Andrew Whitcher 
Jonathan Peaslee 



A Return of Cap 1 Richard Dowe's Company on Great-Island Nov 1 



5 th *775— 






Richard Dowe. 


Cap* Ezekiel Giles, 2 d Lieu* 


Jesse Page, 1 st 


Lieu* Jeremiah Dowe, Ensign 


Serjeants — 


Corporals — 


Fifer 


Benjamin Stone 


John Moor Bayley 


Percy Dow 


Joseph Perkins 


David Atwood 




Richard Cheney 


Benj a Davis 




Asa Dowe 


Abrah m Amey 

Privates — 




Isaac Heath 


Nathan Webster 


John Clements 


Pelatiah Bartlett 


James Noyes 


Nath 1 Noyes 


Joseph Sanders 


Dudley Merrill 


Abrah m Chase 


Elijah Hall 


Joseph Knight 


Nath 1 Cheney 


John Asten 


Joseph Hull 


James Grey 


Pearly Merrill 


Jeremiah Poor 


Moses Emery 


Daniel Haseltine 


Eph m Marsh 


Isaac Dow 


Phineas Gordain 


Dudley Currier 


Daniel Stevens 


John Hunkins 


Isaac Clough 


Nath 1 Simmons 


Robert Bradford 


John Johnson 


David Carlton 


Eben r Woodbury 


Stephen Dole 


Sam 1 Eatton 


John Lancaster 


Joseph Chandler 


Samuel Huse 


John Hillsgrove 


Daniel Colby 





[1-245] 

A Return of Cap* Benjamin Butler's Company, on Great-Island, Nov* 
5 th 1775- 



Benjamin Butler, Cap* 
Vowell Leathers, I st Lieu* 

Serjeants — 
Tho s M c Connell 
Jonathan Davis 
Daniel Chesley 
Jonathan Willey 
20 



John Gile, 2 d Lieu* 
Sam 1 Gray, Ensign. 

Corporals — Drummer — 

Jonathan Huckins George Hutchins 

John Follett 
Philip Chesley 
Abner Davis 



226 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Win thro p Langley 
John Kynaston 
John Chesley 
John Ran del 
William Clark 
Joseph Langley 
Asa Gile 
Andrew Chesley 
Edward Fox 
Ebenezer Leathers 
Abrah™ Knight 



Privates 

Samuel M c Connell 
John Bickford 
Tho 8 Whitehorn 
Jonathan Langley 
Nath 1 Hall 
Abel Leathers 
Jonathan Crosbie 
John Robinson 
Joseph Leathers 
Israel Fox 
Levi Robinson 



Isaac Chesley 
Eben r Chesley 
Charles Willey 
Quick Priest 
Sawyer Chesley 
Andrew Simpson 
Sam 1 Clark 
Robert Downs 
Robert Bomford 
Timothy Gleeson 
William Watson 



[1-246] 

A Return of Cap* Abraham French's Company, on Great-Island, Nov r 

5 th 1775— 



Abraham French, 


Cap* Rich d Sleeper, 2 d Lieu 1 


Rich d Hubbard, 1 


8t Lieu 4 Joseph Williams, Ensign 


Serjeants 


Corporals 


Drummer 


Aaron Young 


Jacob Peaslee 


William Tande 


Caleb Siven 


Isaac Flanders 




Humphrey Hook 


Benjamin Stevens 




Jon a Pollard 


William Collins 
Privates 




Daniel Gilman 


Isaac Webster 


Samuel French 


Daniel Smith 


Eph m Winslow 


Nath 1 Felows 


Nehemiah Davis 


Sam 1 Bussiel 


Jotham Sawer 


Philip Blasdel 


Sam 1 Cam met 


Timothy Sanborn 


Tho" Blasdel 


Tho 8 Butman 


Eben' Fiffield 


Joseph Tucker 


John Stevens 


Enos Sanborn 


James Thorn 
Stephen Clifford 


Jeremy Bartlett 


Andrew Mac 


Israel Dimond 


Henry Blasdell 


Nath 1 Flanders 


Benj a Colby 


Scipio 


Sam 1 Blasdel 


Joseph Brown 




Nathan Bartlett 


David Tilton 





[1-246] 

A Return of Cap 1 Robert Crawford's Company, on Great-Island, Nov 
Robert Crawford, Cap* 



5'" '775 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



227 



Serjeants — Daniel Wadson Timothy Tilton 

Privates — 

Richard Griffy Ebenezer Colbe 

Stephen Long Eli Dow 

Moses Sleeper Spencer Bennett 



Ephraim Sanborn 
Sherborn Sanborn 
Abraham Hook 



[1-246] 

A Return of Cap* Titus Salter's Company of Artillery at Fort Wash- 
ington Nov r 5 th 1775. 



Titus Salter Esq 


. Cap* D 


an 1 Evens, 2 d Lieu* 




Tho s Pickering, 


I st Lieu* Joseph Leigh, Ensign 




Serjeants — 


Corporals 


Drummer 




Abner Blasdell 


Richard Jenkins 


George Waters 




George Munhull 


Th s Jones 






Joseph Day 


Nathan White 


Fifer 






Pelatiah Weeks 


Hunking Faxen 




John Williams, 


Gunner Rich d Colsten, Gunners Mate 


W m 


M c Intyre, Coxswain 
Privates 


of ye Boats 




John Shortridge 


George Rawlins 


James Hight 




Noah Peirce 


George Reed 


John Varrell 




Daniel Spinney 


James Yeates 


Jon a Huntress 




Sam 1 Hart 


John Akerman* 


W m Green 




William Loud 


William Cross 


Sam 1 Cotton 




Daniel Loud 


Amos Beck 


Eph m Davis 




Henry Cate 


John Grey 


Ed d Ayers 




Joseph Brotten 


John Benson 


Edmund Furnald 




John Underwood* 


Riclr 4 Lang 


John Clark 




Samuel Hill 


Sam 1 Weeks 


Sam 1 Slade 




William Waldron 


John Sherborne 


Benj a Yeaton 




George Waldron 


Benj a Cross 


Titus Salter Jr. Oct 


l 7 


George Walton dis 


1 Mark Loud 


John Blaisdell 


l 7 


Oct 30. 


John Abbott 


Benj a Holbrook 


2 5 


William Shoars 


Joseph Dudley 


Benj a Dam — 


2 5 


Noah Gilman 


Benj a Smart 


Dan 1 Strickland — 


3° 


Tho s Thurber 


Sam 1 Goodwin 


John Eliot — 


3° 


Obadiah Marshall 


John Hull 


Charles Stewart 


3° 


Sam 1 Waters 


Sam 1 Jones 


George Berry 


30 


Josiah Clark 


Tho s Gammon 

* Cashired. 







228 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[,-246] 

A Return of Capt. Sam 1 Hayes's Company, on Pierce's Island, Nov 7 



5 m 1775— 

Samuel Hayes, Cap 1 



Serjeants 

George Waterhouse 
Daniel Rowel 
Elijah Seavey 
Samuel Foss 



William Kingman 
John Babb 
Edward Cater 
Sam 1 Berry 
Nath 1 Berry 
Stephen Foss 
Jeremiah Foss 
Moses Babb 



John Cate i 6t L* 
James Mardin 2 d L 1 



Co 



^p orals 

Daniel Ham 
Joseph Hall 
Elisha Blake 
Gideon Laighton 

Privates 

George Berry 
Tho 8 Berry 
George Gray 
Sam 1 Hayes 
Moses Foss 
Sam 1 Perkins 
John Otis 
Levi Danielson 



Drummer 
Joshua Holmes 



Daniel Bickford 
Sam 1 Buzzell 
John Buzzell 
Aaron Hayes 
Jonathan Drew 
Ebenezer Young 
Ebenezer Spencer 
Benj a Buzzell 



[1-244] 

A Return of Cap 1 Thomas Berry's Company, on Pierce's Island Nov' 
5 th '775- 



Thos Berry Cap* 



Tho 8 Johnston 2 d L* 
Tho 8 Marston 2 d L* 



Serjeants — Nath 1 Haynes, John Rollins 
Corporals — John Bickford. William Lucy 
Drummer — John Berry 
Fifer — Joshua Neal 

Privates — 



John Parsons 
Sam 1 Nudd 
William Wallisjr. 
Phinehas Hodgdon 
Sam 1 Dearborn 



William Mardin 
John Sullivan 
Dennis Sullivan 
Josiah Weeks 
William Cate 



Levi Seavey 
Nathan Haynes 
Robert Rollins 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



229 



[1-244] 

A Return of Cap* Mark Wiggins' s Company, on Pierce's Island, Nov r 

5 th [1775]- 

Mark Wiggin, Cap* William French, L* 

Andrew French, Ensign 

Serjeants — Daniel French, Daniel Truel 
Drummer — Sam 1 Piper 

Privates 



John Foss 
John Goss 
Sergent Whitcher 
Elisha French 
Nathan Piper 
Israel Stockbridge 



Joseph Allen 
Josiah Thurston 
Benj a Barker 
Benj a Wiggin 
William Brasbe 
Noah Jewett 



Edward Burley 
Eben r Barker 
John Mason 
Nathan Weeks 
Noah Wiggin 



[1-247] 

A Return of Cap' Nath 1 Hobbs's Company, at Pierce's Island, Nov r 5* 
1775- 

Nath 1 Hobbs, Cap 1 Dan 1 Smith i 8t Lieut Tho s Leavitt 2 d Lieu* 

Serjeants — Corporals Drummer 

Simeon Marston John Nudd Benj a Page 

Dudley Samborn Simon Lovering Pifer 

Sam 1 Dearborn Eben r Lovering Dearborn Fogg 

W m Weeks Jabez Eaton 

Privates — 



Ezekiel Knowles 
Benjamin Foss 
Benjamin Smith 
John Pain 
Abraham Marston 
Sam 1 Batcheller 
Sam 1 Chatman 



Taylor Page 
Ebenezer Neal 
Joshua Brown 
Rich d Smith 
Ebenezer Gove 
Aaron Rowe 
Sam 1 Greenleaf 



Nicholas Felch 
Joseph Page 
Dan 1 Hook 
William Eaton 
Levi Eaton 
Tho s Lovering 
Rich d Pain 



[1-248] 

A Return of Cap* Henry Elkins's Companv, at Pierce's Island Nov r 

5 th 1775— 



Henry Elkins, Capt* 
William Prescott i 8t Lieu* 



James Perkins, 2 d Lieu* 
W m Blaisdell, Ensign 



230 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Serjeants — 

Nathaniel Weare 
Simon Sanborn 
Redmond Moulton 
Joshua Towle 



Caleb Tilton 
Peter Tilton 
Simeon Towle 
Benj a Shaw 
Sam 1 Drake 
John Murphy 
Perkins Philbrook 
Edmund Philbrook 
Jonathan Towle 
Jon a Knowles 
Eph m Marston 
Sam 1 Shaw 



Corporals — 

Michael Tilton 
Amos Towle 
Nathan Brown 
Sam 1 Marston 

Privates — 

Josiah Towle 
Thomas Leavitt 
Jethro Blake 
Joseph Peavey 
Jonathan Godfrey 
Jon a Leavitt 
Humphrey Flood 
John Tilton 
John Brown 
Tho 8 Moulton 
Eben r Prescott 
Eaton Green 



Drummer- 
Jeremiah Tuck 



Sam 1 Melcher 
Jeremiah Blake 
William Page 
Thomas Arnold 
Richard Philbrook 
Jeremiah Swain 
Levi Sanbourn 
Nathan Tilton 
Jedediah Sleeper 
Reuben Leavitt 
Rowling Carr 



[1-248] 

A Return of Moses Yeaton's Company on Pierce's Island, Nov' 5 th 
1775- 

Moses Yeaton, Cap* Nath 1 Garland 2 d Lieut. 

Sam 1 Wallingford i 8t Lieu 1 Gershom Wentworth Ens 11 



Serjeants — 

Robert Swainson 
Benj a Wentworth 
Bart Wentworth 



Corporals — 

Sam 1 Roberts 
Daniel Whitehouse 
Toshua Grant 



Gershom Wentworth J r John Ricker 

Privates- 



Benj a Tate 
Benj a Horn 
Caleb Horn 
Daniel Straw 
Daniel Hanson 
Edward Grant 
Ebenezer Ricker 
Ebenezer Allen 
Evan W r entworth 
Francis Yeaton 
Francis Yeaton Ju r 



Gershom Plummer 
John Roberts 
John Roberts Ju r 
James Roberts Ju r 
Israel Pierce 
John Nock 
Jed id i ah Wentworth 
John Tibbits 
Moses Ricker 
Nicolas Carpenter 
Phinehas Ricker 



Drummer— 

Aaron Stephens 

Fifer— 
Joseph Varney 



Philip Stackpole 
Paul Carr 
Paul Harford 
Rich 11 Wentworth 
Stephen Tibbits 
Si Ivan us Cromwell 
Tobias Wentworth 
William Preston 
William Guptail 






REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



231 



[1-249] 

A Return of Capt n Nicholas Rawling's Company at Pierce's Island 
Nov r 5 th 1775 — 



Nicholas Rawlings, Capt 
William Chase i 8t V 



Serjeants 

Joshua Wingate 
Stephen Cate 
Samuel Smith 



Andrew Neal 
Isaac Stockbridge 
Joseph Stevens 
Matthew Thompson 



Corporals 
James Dearborn 

Privates. 

William Scammons 
Reuben Astin 
Ward Mason 
John Sinclair 
Josiah Leavitt 



John Clark, Ensign 

Drummers 
David Smith 



Thomas Galley 
Taylor Clark 
Tho" Verrey 
Joseph Norrial 
Joseph Henderson 



[1-249] 

A Return of Capt. Cutting Cielly's Company at Pierce's Island, Nov' 
5 th 1775— 



Cutting Cielly, Capt. 
Joseph Morrill, I st Lieut 



Philip Bartlett, 2 d Lieut. 
Eben r Tilton, Ensign 



Serjeants 

Joseph Hodgdon 
W m Gill 
Levi Dam 
Elisha Prescot 



Joseph Whitcher 
John Randall 
James Bean 
Jonathan Foss 
Abednego Leathers 
Eph m Durgen 
Benjamin Butler 
Josiah Watson 
Stephen Batcheldor 



Corporals 

Joseph Gorman 
Tho s Odell 
Andrew Nealey 
John Wells 

Privates — 

Thomas Lovitt 
Abraham True 
James Brown 
Jon a Woodman 
John Wells 
Benjamin Grant 
Benjamin Shaw 
Jonathan Thomas 
Benj a Morgan 



Dr. 



ummers 



Thomas Foss 
Fifers 
John Paul 



Jonathan Whitcher 
Joshua Brown 
Benjamin Griffin 
Dominicus Griffin 
Matthew Samborn 
Phineas Serjeant 
Stephen Hoit 
Benj a Robe n son 
John Giles 



232 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[1-250] 

A Return of Capt. James Hill's Company on Pierce's Island, Nov r 5 th 
1775- 

James Hill, Cap" Sam 1 Gilman, 2 d Lieut. 

Sam 1 Baker, i Bt Lieut. Zebulon Barber, Ensign 

Serjeants Corporals Drum?ners 

Joseph Smith James Gilman Eliphalet Smith 

Josiah Hall Bartlett Joseph Colcord 
John Foss 

Privates. 



Robert Mitchel 
Joseph Neal 
Joseph Pease 
Edward Folsom 
Josiah Colcord 
Levi Pickering 
Dud lev Hilton 
Hugh M c Bride 
Jon a tli an Mason 
Aaron Kvnaston 



Jonathan Folsom 
David Colcord 
John Folsom 
Josiah Burnham 
Ebenezer Bean 
William Hersey 
Theophilus Wiggins 
Sam 1 Burley 
Abrah m Parsons 
David Wiggins 



Jacob Durgen 
Sam 1 Ward 
John Neal 
Josiah Burley 
Nath 1 Cobbey 
Stephens Lyford 
Nath 1 Pease 
Broad street Gilman 
Zebulon Davis 
Walter Neal 



[1-250] 

A Return of Capt. Joseph Clifford's Company at Pierce's Island, Nov r 

5 th 1775— 



Joseph Clifford, Cap" 

Serjeants 

Jesse Tuck i Bt U 
Elijah Tilton 3 d D° 



Moses Shaw, 2 d Lieut. 

Corporals 

Jeremiah Dearborn 
Isaac Fellows 



John Page 
Philbrook Palmer 

John Batcheldor 
Jonathan Prescott 
Benjamin Swain 



Privates — 

Benjamin Dow 
Levi Brown 
Paul Blake 
Benj a Eastman 
Jon a Hilyard Shaw 



Joseph Brown 
Moses Sanborn 
Jon a Pilsbury 
John Smith Sanborn 



[1-251] 

A Return of Capt. David Copp's Company at Pierce's Island, Nov r 

5 th 1775— 



David Copps, Capt — 
Andrew Gilman, i 8t L 



Andrew Wiggin 2 d L 4 
Dan 1 Drew Ensign 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



233 



Serjeants — 

John Gilman 
Joseph Malcom 
Jonathan Hilton 
Richard Furber 



Tho s Piper 
Josiah Hersey 
John Lucas 
Garrit Byrn 
W m Twombly 
Jacob Welch 
Joseph Hodgdon 
John Gilman jun r 



Corporals 

Joshua Guppy 
Josiah Page 
Enoch Thomas 
Abner Allen 

Privates — 

George Fall 
John Huggin 
Sam 1 Norton 
Benj a Dodge 
Simeon Dearborn 
Jon a Quimby 
Henry Wentworth 
Gideon Johnson 



Drummers 

Jonathan Hersey 

Fifer 
William Berrv 



David York 
Ephraim Ellis 
Ephraim Trickey 
Joseph Allen 
John Allen 
Asa Fuller 
John Nichols 



O247] 

A Return of Capt. Smith Emerson's Company on Seavey's Island, 
Nov r 5 th 1775 — 



Smith Emerson, Cap n 
Elijah Denbow, I st Lieut. 



Eliphalet Duda, 2 d Lieut. 
Micajah Bickford, Ensign 



Serjeants 

John M c Creelis 
Micah Davis 
Edward Hill 
Richard Hill 



Joseph Durgen 
Isaac Small 
Robert Evens 
David Woodman 
Stephen Stevens 
John Wiggins 
Benj a Hicks 
John Glover 
Eleazer Watson 
Sam 1 Bodge 
Henry Tufts 
Benj a Jackson 
Job Runnels 
Jeremiah Hutchins 
Ichabod Widden 



Corporals 

Enoch Runnels 
William French 
Samuel Jackson 
Joseph Durgen 

Privates 

Sam 1 Willey 
Samuel Stevens 
Ephraim Ham 
James Hall 
Solomon Crockett 
Benjamin Fox 
Sam 1 Hill 
Gideon Perkins 
Benjamin Jones 
Eben r Jones 
Moses Runnels 
Josiah Durgen jur 
David Kelley 
William Stevens 
John Davis 



Drujnmers 

Winthrop Frost 

Fifers 
Wille Hill 



Thomas Huckings 
William Weymouth 
Gideon Mathews 
Sam 1 Woodman 
Edward Woodman jur 
Josiah Kynaston 
Sydon Martin 
William Palmer 
Nathaniel Rines 
Eben r Burn ham 
Eben r Randall 
Nath 1 Daniels 
Eli Furber 
Clement Davis 
George Shaw 



234 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Joshua Burnham 


Sam 1 Scales 


David Glass 


James Giles Bunker 


Samuel York 


Abijah Pinkham 


Thomas Randall 






[1-251] 






A Return of Capt. 


David Place's Company 


on Seavey's Island, Nov r 


5 th *775— 






David Place, Ca 


p n John Ham 


, 2 d Lieu* 


Eben r Tibbits, 1 


jt Lieut George Place, Ensign 


Serjeants — 


Corporals — 


Drummer 


Paul Libby 


John Woodman 


Ichabod Rawlings 


Reuben Heard 


James Wentworth 


Flfer 


Joshua Courson 


Jon a French 


Sam 1 Place 


John Harden 


Benj a Taylor 

Privates 




Daniel Cook 


Eben r Courson 


Jon a Tibbits 


Timothy Ricker 


Moses Hammet 


Dudley Pike 


Samuel Goodwin 


John M c Duffee 


Amos Hayes 


Moses Furber 


Anniel Clark 


Joseph Thompson 


George Heard 


Joseph Berry 


Joseph Richards 


Amos Spencer 


Robert M c Creelis 


John Place 


John Rogers 


Daniel Watson 


Solomon Clark 


James Rogers 


John Stanton 


John Rawlings 


Amos Place 


John Nute 


Isaac Wentworth 


Sam 1 Robertson 


Joseph Plummer 


Benj a Furber 


John Bickford 


Tho 8 Chamberlain 


Edward Rawlings 


Moses Drown 


John Laighton 


James Berry 


Mesheck Heard 


David Wingate 


Sam 1 Roberson 


James Coleman 


Jon a Richards 


John Bickford 



[1-251] 

A Return of Cap n John Hill's Company on Seavey's Island, Nov r 5 th 

1775- 

John Drew, 2 d Lieut 
Isaac Runnels, Ensign 



John Hill Capt" 
William Babb, i !t Lieu 1 



Serjeants 
James Daniclson 
Samuel Hall 
Jacob Daniels 
'Mark Avers 



Drummer none 



Corporals 

Cunningham M c Cushin Fifer ?zone. 

Jabez Davis Surgeon & Adjut. 

Nicholas Brown Sam 1 Wiggles worth 

Robert M c Daniel Timothy Medar Q. Mas- 

ter 
David Copps Sarjeant 
M r 



: 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



235 



Benjamin Pearl 
William Stanton 
Michael Falker 
John Huckins 
Tho 8 Johnson 
Joseph Holmes 
William Hawkins 
Samuel Gray 
James Buzzell 
James Durgen 
Ralph Hall jun r 



Privates 

Isaac Young 
Isaac Pinkham 
Jacob Clark 
John Eliot 
Robert Hill 
Henry Hill 
John Hill 
Thomas Durgen 
Sam 1 Williams 
Nathaniel Wallas 



George Foss 
Richard Waldron 
Mark Foss 
Roger Swain 
Jonathan Davis 
Joseph Gray 
Samuel Styles 
Nathaniel Foss 
Joseph Tasker 
John Nutter 



[1-252] 

A Return of Capt. Alpheus Chesley's Company on Seavey's Island 

Nov r 5 th 1775 — 

Alpheus Chesley Capt n Nath 1 Hill Ensign 

Archelaus Woodman i 8t Lieu 1 



Serjeants 

Joshua Woodman 
Tho 8 Edgerley 
John Welch 
Asa Duda 



Corporals 

Abednego Spencer 
Aaron Chesley 
John Johnson 
Tho s Pierce 



Drummer 

Thomas Willey 

Fifer 
John Footman 



Sam 1 Hicks 
Enoch Bunker 
Benj a Bickford 
Robert Kent 
Joseph Bickford 
David Langley 



Privates. 

Sam 1 Chesley 
Joseph Appleby 
John Folsom 
Benf Hall 
David Durgin 



John Dam 
Sam 1 Burnam 
Lemuel Duda 
Trueworthy Davis Dur- 
gen 
Benjamin Mooney 



[1-252] 

A Return of Capt n Caleb Hodgdon's Company on Seavey's Island 
Nov r 5 th 1 775 — 

Caleb Hodgdon, Captain John Wingate jun r 2 d Lieut. 

Joseph Pinkham I st Lieut Moses Hodgdon Ensign 

Serjeants Corporals 

I st Serf Ezra Young Daniel Meloy 

Jon a Tasker Aaron Davis 

Sam 1 Tuttle Eben r Waldron 

Dan 1 Pinkham James Johnson 



William Evens fifer 



236 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Sam 1 Gerrish 
Benj a Tuttle 
Aaron Hayes 
Sam 1 Evens 
Isaac Nute 
Tho 8 Moody 
Stephen Medar 
Samuel Cook 
James Dearborn 



Privates 

Enoch Howard 
John Twombly 
Ephraim Bickford 
James James 
Theophilus Drew 
Sam 1 Dam 
Andrew Buzzell 
Aaron Randall 



John Davis 
Thomas Gerrish 
Benj a Ham 
Edmund Wingate 
Simon Torr 
Moses Pinkham 
Uriah Hanscomb 
Gershom Ricker 



[1-244] 

A return of Capt. Stephen Hodgdons Company at Kittery Point Nov r 

5 th 1775 



Stephen Hodgdon, Capt. 
Samuel Grant, 1st Lieut. 

Serjeants 

Jeremiah Lord 
Moses Wadley 
Peter pray 
William Heard 



Gilbert Warren, 2 d Lieut. 
James Goodwin, Ensign 

Corporals 

John Tucker 
Daniel Hooper 
Tristram Heard 
Nath 1 Guptail 
Privates 



Moses Bennet 

Lazarus Rowe 

Amos Goodwin 

Benjamin Hodgdon 

Benjamin Gowel 

Joseph Nock 

W ,n Downs 

Drisco Nock 

John Grant 

Nicholas Lord 

Stephen Hodgdon jun r Daniel Wise 

Philip Yeaton Daniel Cooper 



Daniel Goodwin 
Nathan Lord 
Tho s Goodwin 
Simeon Ricker 
Josiah Clark 
Ezekiel Wentworth 
Ichabod Tibbits 
Paul Stanton 
Thomas Downs 
Elijah Grant 



Samuel Heard 
Isaac Hodgdon 
David Horsom 
Mark Frost 
Simeon Haynes 
Joseph Lord 
Aaron Downs 
Samuel Hodgdon 
Isaac Reed 
James Hubbard 
Sam 1 Bradshaw 



[1-248] 

A Return of Lieut. Bragdon's Party at Kittery-Point — Nov' 5 th 1775 — 



Thomas Bragdon, i st L* 



Serjeants 
William Babb 



Corporals 
Josiah Beale 



Nehemiah Bane 2 d L l 

Dru7?imers 
Tho s Bickford 

Post for Express 
W m Emerson 



Joseph Card 
Jeremiah Ware 
Andrew Rankin 
Benj a Trafton 
Eben r Cole 
Dan 1 Moulton 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 
Privates 



237 



William Grow 
William Smith 
Abraham Bane 
Sam 1 Donnell 
John Carlisle 



Pelatiah Perkins 
Dan 1 Hill 
Pelatiah Simpson 
Benj a Simpson 
Rich d King 



[1-248] 

A return of Capt. Robert Ford's Company at Kittery-Point — Nov 1 5* 
1775— 



Robert Ford, Capt 
Alex r Gerrish, i 8t L* 



Eben r Libby, 2 d L* 



Joseph Ricker 



Stephen Guptail 
Paul Hamilton 
James Shorey 
Richard Hamilton 
Moses Guptail 
Jon a Hamilton 3 d 
Eleazer Nock 
Nathaniel Nock 



Serjeants 
Thomas Abbot 

Privates 

Henry Stevens 
Aaron Clement 
William Quent 
Nason Lord 
Sheldon Hobbs 
William Neal 
Caleb Emery 
Jonathan Stephens 



Nicolas Lord 



Andrew Warren 
Hanson Clark 
Elias Grant 
William Goodwin 
Silas Grant 
James Herl 
Bial Hamilton jun r 



[1-249] 

A Return of Capt. Robert Follett's Artillery Men at Kittery Point 

Nov r 5 th 1775 — 

Robert Follet Capt n 



Nath 1 Todd 
W m Bray 
Sam 1 Burbank 
Joshua Furnald 
John Frost 
John Bellamy 
Joseph Dearing 



Richard Parsons 
W m Lewis 
Rich d Sowards 
John Furness 
Jacob Nutter 
Simon Tobey 
Moses Fothergill 



Sam 1 Tweed 
Simon Frost 
Joseph Banks 
John Fenix 
W m Negro 
Cicero Negro 



238 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[1-250] 

A Return of Capt. Samuel M c Intyre's Company, at Kittery-Point, 
Nov r 5 lh 1775 — 

Josiah Bragdon 2 d L l 



Samuel M c Intyre Capt. 
Daniel Littlefield, I st L* 



Corporals 



Serjeants 

Jeremiah Moulton EatonBenj* Sewell 
Simon Grover Jon a Setchell 

Samuel Win Eph m Kinston 

Samuel Shaw Norton Philips 

Privates 



Thomas Rannis 
Arthur Came 
John Staples 
Isaac Bouder 
JerVry Much more 
Henry Sayvvard 
William Hunt 
Joel Jealison 
Sam 1 Grover 
Moses Welch 
Jon a Tuntun 
Daniel Thompson 

[1-250] 



Jerem h Banks 
John Mori son 
Lazarus Jones 
John Murlet 
Abraham Morison 
Elisha Hatch 
Seth Littlefield 
William Chadock 
Jesse Towns 
Joseph Eldredge 
James Horn 



Adjutants 

Joshua Traften 

Post 
Eben r Simpson 



Zeb n Banks 
George Roberts 
Abraham Sayer 
Elisha Horn 
Elijah Boston 
Joseph Hasten 
Rich d Adams 
Caleb Goodwin 
Jon a Buzzell 
Tho 8 Jones 
Jedidiah Blasdell 



5 th 1775 



A Return of Capt. Noah Littlefield's Company at Kittery-Point, Nov r 

John Walker, 2 d L* 
flwright, i 8t L 4 

Serjeants 



Noah Littlefield, Capt. 
Daniel Wheelwright, i Bt L* 



Joseph Daniel 
Samuel Smith 



Nath 1 Littlefield 
John Cain 
John Jacobs 
Elias Jacobs 
Josiah Stlirt 
Joshua Kimball 



Corporals 

Jotham Littlefield 
John Burbank 
Amos Hatch 
Samuel Butland 

Privates 

James Treadwell 
Joseph Wilson 
Eli Buckland 
Daniel Edwards 
Isaac Russell jun r 
Enoch Cusens 



Dru?n7iiers 

Isaac Buzzell 
Fifers 
Benj a Born 



Amos Wormwood 
Joseph Ingham 
Samuel Whitten 
Daniel Huff 
Mark Barter 
Israel Whitten 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



239 



Joseph Winn 
Jesse Littlefield 
Tho s Stevens 
Stephen Ricker 



Moses Hutchins 
Israel Huff 
Tim Littlefield 
Sam 1 Treadwell 



Joseph Wheelwright 
James Davis jun r 
Eben r Moroson 
Benj a Littlefield 
Benj a Kimball 

[1-247] 

A Return of the Field Artillery Officers & privates under the Com- 
mand of Doct r Hall Jackson, at Portsmouth, Nov r 5 th 1775 — 

Brass Piece No. 1. Brass Piece No. 2. Brass Piece No. 3. 



William Yeaton L* 
Sam 1 Hutchins, Serf 
John Beck jun r Corp 1 
Henry Bickford 
John Milcher 
Seth Walker 
Richard Woods 
Sam 1 Eliot 
Shackford Sewards 
Richard Kitson 
Dan 1 Jackson jun r 
John Hooker 
George Trefethen 



Dearing, L* 



Ebenezer 
Benj a Chandler, Serf 
Ezekiel Pitman, Corp 1 
Nath 1 Pitman 
Rob 1 Chandler 
John Redding 
Andrew Toombs 
John Pitman 
Mark Chadbourn 
Guppy Stoodley 
Sam 1 Sherive 
Robert Cole Fox 
Ichabod Shoares 



John Marden, L* 
John Gardner, Serj* 
Sol Loud, Corp 1 
William Hart jun r 
John Barnes 
Henry Snagg 
Cotton Mather Stevens 
James Sweat 
George Loud 
Edmund Loud 



[1-251] 

A Return of Capt. George Jerry Osborne's Company, at Portsmouth, 
Nov r 5 th 1775 — 

George Jerry Osborne, Capt. David Sweet 2 d Lieut. 
W m Blunt, I st Lieut. 



Abijah Holbrook 
John Gunnison 



Christopher Faxon 
Charles Mitchell 
Jonathan Edmunds 
John Sloper 
Henry Lewis 
Joshua Haley 
Moses Noble 
Christopher Gunnison 



Serjeants 

Mark Noble 
Joseph Holbrook 

Privates 



David Sherburne 
Robert Holbrook 
Sam 1 Cate jun r 
William Lear 
Benj a Gerrish 
Timothy Watson 
Joseph Cotton jun 1 
Henry Lang 



James Clarage 
Nath 1 Babb 
Robert Holmes 
Arthur Blunt 
Kinsley James 
Tho s Haley 
John Savage 



240 



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[1-247] 

A Return of the Officers & Men in Fort Sullivan, Nov 



775- 



Eliphalet Daniels Capt n 



John Paine, 3 d Lieut. 



Mendum Janyrin Commissary Richard Wilson, Gunner 
Andrew Marshall i 8t Lieut Thomas Palmer Gunners Mate 

Jacob Clark, 2 d Lieut. Robert Stockell Drummer. 

Nath 1 Clough, Fifer— 

Privates 



John Cammell 
Thomas Priest 
Archibald Ferguson 
James M c Intyre 

[1-249] 

A Return of Capt W r 

Eben r Pray 
Eben r Farnald 
Sam 1 Pray 
John Stevens 



Alex r Kirkwood 
Patrick Lilless 
William Clarage 
Nath 1 Woodman 



Joseph Redman 
William Gawen 
Benj a Peverly 



Dearing's Carpenters 

John Winkley 
Daniel Billings 
Nath 1 Todd 
W m Todd 

Joel Fernald Blacksmith 



Jon a Vinson 
Joshua Pray 
Sam 1 Odiorn 



[1-252] 

This Book contains a true Return so far as has come to my Knowl- 
edge, of the Officers & Privates belonging to the different Departments 
specify'd therein — return'd to me at Seavey's Island Nov 1- 6 th 1775 — 

Joshua Wingate Cor 11 — 

[On the 30 th of November, 1775, Gen. John Sullivan, who was in 
command of the troops on Winter Hill, near Boston, wrote a letter 
to the New Hampshire Committee of Safety, from which I extract 
the following: "I have by command of General Washington to 
inform you. That the Connecticut forces (Deaf to the entreaties of 
their own as well as all other officers & regardless of the contempt 
with which their own Government threatens to treat them on their 
return) have absolutely refused to tarry till the first day of January r 
but will quit the lines on the 6 th of Decemb r . They have deceived 
us & their officers by pretending there would be no difficulty with them 
till they have got so near the close of their term ; & now to their 
Eternal Infamy demand a bounty to induce them to tarry only the 
three weeks. This is such an Insult to every American that we are 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 24I 

determined to release them at the expiration of their term at all hazards 
&find ourselves obliged immediately to supply their places with Troops 
from New Hampshire & Massachusetts Bay." The number asked for 
from New Hampshire was thirty-one companies, of sixty-four men 
each, including officers, and they were to serve until January 15, 1776, 
if required. The Committee of Safety met Dec. 2, and gave orders 
for enlisting the men ; and the business was prosecuted with the usual 
impulsive and patriotic vigor of the New Hampshire men of that 
time. The thirty-one companies were raised and forwarded in due 
time, and were highly complimented by General Washington. In a 
letter to Committee of Safety, dated Dec. 8, 1775, General Sullivan 
says, — " General Washington and all the other officers are extremely 
pleased & bestow the highest enconiums on you and your troops, 
freely acknowledging that New Hampshire Forces for bravery & 
resolution far surpass the other Colonies & that no Province dis- 
covers so much zeal in the common cause." There are no rolls 
of these companies in the state-house, and the editor has been able 
to find but one elsewhere, that of the second company, which will 
follow Col. Burnham's return. The troops were mustered by Col. 
Jonathan Burnham, and the following return was made to the Com- 
mittee of Safety of New Hampshire. — Ed.] 

21 



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[From Diary of ^Jonathan Burton.~\ 

A List of Cap 1 Taylors Company of Melitia Which Marched from Am- 
herst Dec 1 " 8 th 1775 to Joyn The Continental Army on Winter Hill — 



Cap 1 Benj n Taylor 
V Nathan Ballard 
L l John Bradford 
Serj Jon a Burton 
Sei j l Stephen Wash- 
er 
6 Serj' Moses Barron 



10 

11 
12 

H 

15 

16 

17 

18 



orp' J 

Corp 1 Joseph Far- 
mi m 

Corp 1 Annaias M c - 
allister 

Drum' William 
Steward 

fifer William Barker 



20 
21 

22 

2 3 

24 

2 5 
16 

27 
28 
29 
30 
3 1 
3 2 
33 
34 



Ebenezar Chandler 
Ebenezar Cram 
Joseph Cram 
John Case 
William Crosby 
Nathan Cole 
John Dale 
Benj" Dodge 
Amos Ellott 
Ralph Ellenwood 
Enoch Fuller 
David Fiske 
Timothy Gray 
David Green 
Fifield Holt 



49 
5o 
5 1 

5 2 
53 



William Abbot Jun r 35 Amos Holt 



William Abbot 
Ebenezar Averill 
George Blanchard 
Benj" Blanchard 
Abraham Butter- 
field 
Abraham Burton 
David Burnam 



36 William Fogg 

37 Benj. Hutchinson 

38 Jams Hartshorn 

39 John Hartshorn 

40 Nathaniel Haseltine 

41 William Jones 

42 James Jones 

43 Timothy Jones 



44 David Kimbal 

45 Eli Kimbal 

46 William Kimbal 

47 Samuel Lovejoy 

48 Dim on Mussey 
Samuel Hennery 
Aaron Nichols 
Caleb Putnam 
Abel Prince 
Elezar Readin 

54 Benj Steel 

55 Isaac Smith 

$6 Amos Stickney 

57 Thomas Town 

58 Benj n Taylor Ju r 

59 John Tuck 

60 Joseph Tuck 

61 Enos Upton 

62 John Wallace 

63 Archelaus Wilkins 

64 Peter Woodbery 

65 Zaphaniah Kitrigee 



[The diary of Jonathan Burton, referred to above, will be found in 
the appendix to this volume. — Ed.] 

[ x - 2 54] 

Captain Waldrons return of his Company 

The names of the officers and men from Dover inlisted the 3 of July* 

1 775 

Comm" J 1 2 3 

Officers, j Timothy Roberts Paul Welland John Heard 

Non-Com missioned Officers 

Corporals Drummer 

Thomas Goudy David Heard 

William Wille 

Moses Rand Fifcr 
Benjamin forst 

*The month in the original seems to have been torn off, and the word July written in a different hand. 
Captain Waldron commanded a company of the six weeks men who went to Winter Hill in December,, 
and the foregoing may have been a portion of that company. — Ed. 



Sarjeants 
Robert Swainson 
Isaac Horn 
Daniel Heard 
Joshua Corson 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



245 



Arter Kennecomb 
Samuel Waldron 
Jacob Heard 
Joshua Alline 
Timothy Corson 
Samuel Wentworth 
Jonathan Tebbets 
Nathaniel Hayes 
Benjamin Hanson 
Discho Wentworth 



Spencer Wentworth 
Will m Brown 
Mark Wentworth 
Charles Whitehouse 
Josiah Heard 
Samuel Ricker 
George Roberts 
Samuel Heard 
John Harford 
Samuel Foss 



Ebenezer Corson 
Joseph Thomson 
John Marden 
Amos Hayes 
Moses Carr 
Hugh M c Bride 
William Hart 
Paul Harford 



246 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[l- 2 55] 



MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS, 1775. 

[ Conway Soldiers, yune 70, 7775."] 



Enumerated Liste of all the Men In Conway that is able to Bear arms 
From Sixteen, and upwards, June 10-1775 



Cap n David Page 
Lieu 1 James Osgood 
Ens n Joshua Heath 
Benjamin Osgood 
Thomas Merell Ju r 
John Webster 
William Knox 
w Ezackel Walker 
w Amos Thomson 
Joseph Colbie 
Enoch Webster 
Eben r Burbanck 
w William Abott 

Josiah Dollife w 

William Dollife 
John Dollife Ju r 
Joseph Odell 
Jonathan Cochran 
Eben r Varna m 
Benjamin Varnam 
John Ares 



Thomas Russell 
Amos Merall 
Enoch Merall 
Joab Abbott 
Leonard Haraman 
William Whett 
Antony Emery 
Joseph Thompson 
Samuel Randell 
James Prence 
Abiather Esteman 
Noah Eastman 
Samuel Springer 
William Merell 
Daniel Peabody 
Thomas King 
Archibald Sterling 
Joseph Lovees 
Benj a Heath 
phillip page 
Joshua Killey 



Jedediah Spring 
w Seath Spring 

Thomas Spring 

Jeramiah page 

John Willson 
w Samuel Willson 
w Isaac Saltmasch 

Jeremiah Harrington 
w Eben r Smith 
w Crestefor Hountos 

Tames Hountos 

Robert Hearll 

James Hearll 
w Samuel Thompson 

Joseph Hull 

Timothy Walker Jr 
w Benjamin Crockett 

florence MacColey 

John Osgood 

Total Number 61 



You will finde w. at the beginning of every Mans Name that is gown 
to the W r are 

The A Larm Least Men 

Colonel MacMullen Esq r Thomas Merall Esq r Thomas Chatburn Esq t 
Byell Lovejoy Esq r Cap* Timothy Walker Lieu 4 Hugh Sterling Lieu 
Neathenal Smath John Dolife Leonard Hearman Abraham Colbie In- 
valeds 10 

A true List 

David Page 



[Prov. Papers N. H., vol. 7, p. 717] 

Muster Roll of Captain Archelaus Townes Co. in y e twenty seventh 
Regim't of Foot in y e Continental Army Encamp'd. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



247 



Archelaus Townes, Cap* [Amherst] 

James Ford, Lieu. 

David Wallingsford Lieu. [Hollis] 

Sargants — when engaged 

Samuel Briton Farr, May 1, 1775 



Engaged April y e 2S th 1775. 



Samuel Walker 

Bray W ilk ins 

Thomas Senter 1 

Samuel Whidden, Drum?ner. 



do. 
May 2 



Privates 
Elizer Usher 
John Sterns 
Jonathan Page, absent with 

out furlow 
Jonathan Dutton 
Stockman Sweat 
Asa Knolton 
Caleb Stevens 
Benjamin Mershall 
Robert Darrah 
Jonathan VVilkins 
Benjamine Morrill 
Samuel Allenwood 
Adam Patterson 
Benjamin Marshall Jr. 
James Davis 
Josiah Burrows 
Joel Bailey 
William Grimes 
Moses Barrott 
Timothy Pollard 
Jonathan Margery 
Samuel How 
Nathan Colburn 



1775 
May 5 



do. 


do 




do. 


do 




Corporals. — when engaged 


William Reed May 


2 1775- 


Caleb Irvon 




] 


James Roby 




2 


Abner Kyes 




2 


Nathan Kendall Fifer 






Privates 




1775 


Archelus Towne, Jr. 




May 1 


Jobe Gage 




5 


Thomas Knolton 




6 


Josiah Bruce 




8 


Stephen Goold 




4 


Reuben Wheeler 




3 


John Mershall 




4 


Andrew Richardson 




9 


Jacob Perry 




*5 


Bartholomew Towne 




6 


Ebenezer Spalding 




4 


John Seve 




2 


Samuel Parker 




1 


Samuel Leainson 




1 


Nehemiah French 




6 


Joseph French, on furl 


3W sick 9 


Peter Robinson, on furlow 


1 


Jacob Blodgett on furlc 


w si 


ck x 


Richard Bayly, on com 


mand 3 






August 


Benjamin Greely, Deceased 


*5 


James Winnon 




17 


Benjamin Greely Dy'd 


Sep 7 1775 



[1-260] 



New Castle Nov r 6, 
Return of What Remains of Cap* Jo s Parsons Company 



*775 



1 Lieu* Nathaniel Gilman 

2 Lien 1 Will m Seavey 
Ens n Samuel Woales 
Serg* Abraham Libby 

d° Josiah Hall Bartlett 



Serg 4 Joseph Seavey 
Corpor. Simon Jonson 

d° Benj n Lang 
Drum r Joseph Marden 
Fifer Nathaniel Marden 



248 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Solomon Varrel 
Andrew S herb urn 
John Lear 
Nath 1 Leah 
Henry Shapley 
Benoni Rand 
Elijah Lock 
Nath 1 Berry 
James Libby 
Sam 1 Marden 
Sam 1 Rand 
Benj a Marden 
Joshua Rand 
James Seavey 
Sam 1 Berry 
Joseph Hall 
Isaac Ramoch 



George Rendall 
Nath 1 Tucker 
W m Trefethen 

John Rand 
Edw d Varrel 
Edw d Rendell 
Nimshi Lock 
John Blunt 
John Sherburn 
Sam 1 Murry 
James Seavey 
Michael Dalton 
Sam 1 Rand 
Rich d Lock 
Mark Rendall 
John Foss 
John Foy 



Sam 1 Knowles 
Abraham Matthews 
George Saunders 
John Giant 
John Rand 
James Pickering 
Levi Pickering 
David Wiggin 
Smith Capman 
Jonathan Folsom 
Jeremiah Berry Ju 
James Rion 
Benj a Rendall 
George Foss this Day 
Discharged 



[The document is superscribed as follows :] 

Return of the Part of Cap 1 Parsons Company left at Great Island Dec r 
6 th 1775 



[1-261] 

Acco 1 of Shoes dl d to Col 9 Stark's, Reed's & Poor's Regim ts 1775, by 
Com- v [Moses] Emerson. 

1775 
Nov r 



July 

Aug 



*775 
Aug 1 

Sept r 

Nov r 



Alexander Scammell B. Maj r 
17 To 1 p r Shoes for Jos : Lemmon ) 
Gen 1 Sullivan's Serv 1 j 

Ichabod Rollins Esq r 
29 To 1 p r Shoes for Jn° Edwards 
7 To 1 p r d° for Jacob Cooper 

Acco 1 Shoes Delivered Col Jam* Reed's Regiment. 
Cap* Man's Company 
12 To 1 p r Shoes to Benj a Bevins 

Cap' Philip Thomas Comp a 
25 To 1 p r Shoes to Hugh Grey 

Cap 1 Jon a Whitcombs Comp a 
16 To 1 p r Shoes to Eleaz* Stoddard 



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Decern 1 " 23 d 1775 

Errors Excepted 



£0. 19. 4 
Moses Emerson Comm y 



Cap 1 M c Laughlin's Comp a 

Aug 1 7. To 1 p r Shoes to John Clay 

1 p r d° to Moses Follensby 
1 p r d° to David Lollier 
1 p r d° to John Turner 
26. 1 p r d° to John Hunter 



£1. 


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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 249 

Acco* Shoes dl d to Col John Stark's Regim* 

1775. Cap* Joshua Abbott's Comp a 

Aug* 1. To 4 p r Shoes to yourself'® 6 / 

3. 1 p r d° to Jn° Rines 

10. 2 p r d° to Jos : Davis & Peter Rowell 

Sep r 30. 1 p r d° to Eliphalet Rollins 

•Oct r 1. 1 p r d° to James Aiken 

23. 1 p r d° to David Taylor 

24. 1 p r d° to John Rowley 

27. 1 p r d° to Barnet Harvey 

28. 1 p r d° to Dennis Wood 
Nov r 10. 1 p r d° to Thomas Straw 
Dec r 14. 1 p r d° to John Merrill 

£4. 15. 4 
1775 Cap* Dearborn's Comp a 

Aug* 3 d . To 1 p r Shoes to your self 
Sep r 18. 1 p r d° to Gideon Glidden 

19. 1 p r d° to Jonathan Dow 

21. 1 p r d° to Peter Severance 

27. 1 p T d° to Jeremiah Dow 

t p r d° to James Beaverly Aug. 1 1 . 
1 p r d° to Jeremiah Connor d° 

£2. 4. 8 
1775 Cap* Richard's Comp a 

Aug* 11 th . To 1 p r Shoes to Step n Tuttle £o. 6. - 

Cap* Woodbury's Comp a 

Aug* 12. To i p r Shoes to John Blanchard £o. 6. - 

Dec r I. I p r d° to Joseph Grey o. 6. 8 

5. 1 p r d° to John Blanchard o. 6. 8 



0. 


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£1. 10. 



250 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Cap 1 Hale's Company — 

July 1. To 1 p r Shoes to Noah Pearson o. 6. — 

Oct r 20. 1 p r d° to Joseph Bickford o. 6. 8 



£0. 12. 



Cap 1 George Reid's Comp a 

Dec r 1. To 1 p r Shoes to Joseph Pray o. 6. 8 

5. 1 p r d° to John Blanchard o. 6. 8 

6. 1 p r d° to Steph n Chace o. 6. 8 

£1. o. - 
Decern 1 " 23 rd 1775 

Errors Excepted Moses Emerson Comm'y 

Acco 1 Shoes dl d Col Enoch Poor's Regim 1 
1775 Cap* Titcomb's Company 

Sep' 14. To 1 p* Shoes to James Lucas 

18. 1 p r d° to Joseph Richardson 
20. 1 p r d° to Robert Carson 

1 p r d° to James Danielson 

22. 1 p r d° to Andrew Anderson 

23. 1 p r d° to Cheney Smith 
Oct T 1. 1 p r d° to James Burnam 

11. 1 p r d° to Moses Tibbetts 

19. 1 p* d° to Barzilla Hinds 
23. 1 p r d° to James Home 
25. 1 p r d° to John Pickett 

Nov r 9. 1 p r d° to John Staples 

Dec r 7. 1 p r d° to Daniel Young 



Cap 1 Richard Shortridge Comp a 

Sep r 26. To 1 p r Shoes to Jonathan Weeks 
27. 1 p r d° to John Hilton 

Cap 4 Philip Tilton's Comp a 

Aug 1 7. To 1 p r Shoes to Nath 1 Coffin 
Oct 1 " 26. 1 p r d° to Dudley Gilman 

Cap 1 Winborn Adam's Comp a 
Aug 1 8. To 1 p r Shoes to Micah Davis 



£0. 


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6. 8 


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6. 8 


£0. 


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£0. 


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£0. 


6. - 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



251 



Sep 1 



Nov. 



Auj 



Aug* 
Sep r 



Oct 1 



20. To 1 p r each to David Copps, Sam 1 Demerett, John 

Starbord, W m Smart 
p r d° each to Joseph Smith, Benj a Small & 

Tho s Pollock 

p r d° each to Dan 1 Shaw, John Buss, Tho 8 

Footman 
p r d° each to Jos : Bickford, Samuel Smith 
p r d° to Tobias Leighton 
p r d° to Sam 1 Rendall 



21. 



2 3 



24. 

3 1 - 

4- 

16. 



Aug 

Sep r 27. 
28. 

Oct r 30. 



3 1 

7 
21 

24 

25 
4 



6. 8 



o. o 



1 

1 

1 

1 p r d° to Rob* Spencer 

1 p r d° to Abijah Blazedell 

1 p r d° to David Rand 

2 p r d° to Jonathan Bowers & Charles Brown 

of Webbs Regim' 



Cap 1 Norris's Company 

4. To 1 p r Shoes to Jn° Robinson 

5. 1 p r d° to order Lieu* Gilman 



Cap' Sam 1 Gilman's Comp a 
11. To 1 p r Shoes to Eliphalet Coffin 



1 p r d° to Thomas Wiggin 
1 p r d° to Joseph Clark 
1 p r d° to Gideon Knight 
1 p r d° to William Pike 



Cap 1 Jonathan Wentworth's Comp a 

To 1 p r Shoes to John Edwards 
1 p r d° to Ditto 
p r d° to Thomas Gardner 
p r d° to Daniel Doe 
p r d° to Henry Stacpole 
p r d° to Charles Stacpole 
p r d° to James Wentvvorth 



Decem r 23 rd 1775 — 

Errors Excepted 



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£2. 4. 8 
Moses Emerson Comm'y 



252 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[1-262] 

A List of Cap' Henry Elkins Company as Inlisted under him for the 
Defence of Piscataqua Harbour as per Order of Brigadier General Sulli- 
van and Did not pass muster Bearing Date the 23 Day of Novemb 1 1775 



at Fort Washington 



Date when 




when 


days in 


miles 














enlisted 




disd 


Service 


travel 


Rations 


W2ges 






Nov. I I 


John Murphy 


2 3 


'3 


27 


O. I 


O 


O. 


17. 4 


0. 


18. 4 


I I 


John Dearborn 


2 3 


13 


26 


O. I 


O 


O. 


17 


4 


0. 


18. 4 


I I 


James Johnson 


23 


13 


26 


O. I 


O 


O. 


17 


4 


0. 


18. 4 


I I 


John Garland 


2 3 


J 3 


I20 


O. 4 


6 


O. 


*7 


4 


1. 


1. 10 


II 


Jonathan Quenby 


23 


13 


I20 


O. 4 


6 


O. 


17 


4 


1. 


1. 10 


I I 


Jonathan Megoon 


2 3 


13 


I 20 


O. 4 


6 


O. 


17 


4 


1. 


1. 10 


I I 


Israel Glines 


2 3 


13 


I20 


O. 4 


6 


O. 


17 


4 


1. 


1. 10 


21 


Benjamin Page 


2 3 


3 


22 


O. O 


ro 


O. 


4 





0. 


4. 10 


22 


Caleb Marston 


2 3 


2 


22 


O. O 


10 


O. 


2 


8 


0. 


3. 6 


20 


Jonathan Blake 


23 


4 


24 


O. O 


1 1 


O. 


5 


4 


0. 


6. 3 


20 


Jonathan Godfrey 


2 3 


4 


24 


O. O 


1 1 


O. 


5 


4 


0. 


6- 3 


17 


Jacob Hains 


2 3 


7 


IO 


O. O 


4 


O. 


9 


4 


0. 


9. 8 


13 


Humphrey Flood 


23 


11 


34 


O. I 


3 


O. 


H 


8 


0. 


15. 11 


l6 


Thomas True 


2 3 


8 


34 


O. I 


3 


O. 


10 


8 


0. 


11. 11 


l6 


Aron True 


2 3 


S 


34 


O. I 


3 


O. 


10 


S 


0. 


11. 11 


l6 


James Sanborn 


2 3 


S 


36 


O. I 


4 


O. 


10 


8 


0. 


12. 


20 


Charles Moril 


2 3 


4 


36 


O. I 


4 


O. 


5 


4 


0. 


6. 8 


20 


Jabez Feltch 


2 3 


4 


36 


O. I 


4 


O. 


5 


4 


0. 


6. 8 


20 


Timothy Eaton 


2 3 


4 


36 


O. I 


4 


O. 


5 


4 


0. 


6. 8 


20 


Sam 1 Greenleaf 


23 


4 


36 


O. I 


4 


O. 


5 


4 


0. 


6. 8 






£12. 


0. 7 



[1-263] 

A List of Cap* Henry Elkins's Company 

Henry Elkins Cap* 
Will'" Prescott i 8t Lieu* 
David Page 2 d D° 
Ephraim Eaton Ensign 
Jeremiah Tuck Drummer 



Jona. Leavitt Serg* 
Jethro Blake D° 
Dudley Sanborn D° 
W m Weeks D° 
W ,n Daverson Fifer 



John Philbrook 
Nath 1 Johnson 
Sam 1 Shaw 
Simeon Shaw 
Robert Drake 



Nathan Brown 
James Sanborn Jr. 
Joshua Haines 
Nathan Tole 
Joseph Brown 



Jeremiah Dow 
Aseph Eaton 
Tristram Eaton 
Levi Eaton 
Redmond Moulton 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



253 



Simon Tole 
Sam 1 Marston 
Elisha Tole 
John Allman 
Rowling Carr 
Nathan Weare 
Joseph Richardson 
Ebenezer Blake 
Sam 1 Meloon 
Benj m Beene 
Joseph Garland 
Nath 1 Sanborn 
Theodore Brown 
Jon a Palmer 
Amos Knowles 
W m Moulton 
Jn° Tilton 
Benj m Palmer 
Jn° "Dow 



Job Brown 
Enoch Brown 
Jon a Prescott 
Nath 1 Marston 
Henry George 
Nathan Philbrook 
John Batch el der 
Nicholas Dolbey 
Richard Dow 
Jon a Prescott Jr. 
James Lane 
Nathan Batchelder 
Enoch Sanderson 
Jedediah Weeks 
Sam 1 Nudd 
Timothy Brown 
Amos Norton 
Sam 1 Fowler 
Nicholas Fetch 



Simeon Rollings 
Joshua Johnson 
Benj m Foss 
Simeon Dearborn Lov- 

erain 
John Pain 
Ezekiel Knowles 
Sam 1 Batchelder 
Sam 1 Robie 
Josiah Dearborn 
Taylor Page 
W m Palmer 
Ebenezer Loverain 
Sam 1 Batchelder Jr. 
Levi Dearborn 
Nath 1 Emery 
Dan 1 Hooke 



Portsm th Nov. 23 d 1 775 



To the Committee of Safety of the Colony of New Hampshire 

— Gentlemen — Agreeable to your Order, I have this Day mustered 
the within named Persons, they Being good able bodied & effective Men 
& well accoutered 

Jo 8 Cilley Muster master 



[1-264] Return of the Troops in New Hampshire, December 6, 

1775- 



Cap* Caleb Hodgdon's Company 
Cap' Joseph Parson's Company 
Cap 4 Jacob Webster's Company 
Cap* Peter Coffin's Company 
Cap* Stephen Clark's Company 
Cap* David Copp's Company 
Cap* Henry Elkins's Company 









en 


Cfi 














-1— 1 














m 


c 


03 






m 


"0- 


V 


'go 


03 

bJO 


O 

O 


6 




-t—> 

03 
> 


u 


h-1 


w 


m 


U 


U 


fe 


04 


I 


2 




4 


3 






65 




2 


I 


3 


2 


1 


1 


48 






I 


1 


2 






26 




I 




1 

1 


r 






O 

3 2 




I 




1 


2 






2 3 



75 
58 
30 

i7 
o 

33 

2 7 



254 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[1-265] 



\_Dunbarto7i Return of Supplies, 1775 '.] 



To the Committee of Supplies for the Coline of New hampshir 

these are to inform you of the number of Guns with y e Valuation Prised 
by us the Subscribers & also of Blankets which we sent to supply the 
soldiers that went into the Sarvice of the Continental Army and sarved 
in Coll" John Starks Rigiment and Cap 1 Thomas M c glathlon [M c Laugh- 
lin] Company with the Neams of the Soldiers that recevid the Guns & 
Blankets as we expect six shilling for the use of each Gun if returned 
and pay for the Blankets ase Prised which six shillings for the use of 
each Gun & pay for the Blankets we would be Glead if you would pay 
to the bearer hear of Cap 1 Calap Page the Solders Neams with the vali- 
ation of Blankets and use of the Guns in one Collom 



Robart Hogg one Gun Lost in the Sarvis valued 

Solomon Hutchinson one Gun valued £2. 14. use 

James Farson one Blanket value 

Jonathan Smith one Gun value £1. 16 & one Blanket value 

12s with the use of the Gun is 
James Gleading one Blanket valued 
Edmond Davise one Blanket valued 
Joshawe Geage one Blanket value 
Thomas huse one Gun valued £1. 16. use 



Dated December y e 22-1775 



£1. 16.- 

o. 6. - 

o. 12. o 

o. 18. o 

O. 12. O 

o. 10. o 

o. 10. o 

o. 6. o 

3. 16. o 



John Hogg 
Rob' Hogg 



) Sele 
j Dun 



ectmen for 
barton 



ROLLS AND DOCUMENTS OF 1776. 



[2-!] 



\_North Hampton Recruits. .] 



North Hampton January 5 th 1776 — 

This May Certify that we the Subscribers Do Authorize Capt Moses 
Leavitt to Draw all Our Billiting Money Due from the Province of New- 
ham psh ire — 
P r us 



Nathan Towl 
Jonathan Goss 
Simeon Knowls 
Sam 1 Seavey 
James Wedgwood 
Joseph Dearborn 
John Marston 
David Marston 
Levi Marston 
Levi Lam per 



Walter Neal 
Joseph Tayler 
Richard Tayler 
Tim* Dolton 
Sam 1 Dearborn 
Eben r Lovring 
Jeremiah Marston 
Sam 1 Marston 
Simon Leavitt 



Henry Batchelder 
CofTen Page 
Jon a Fogg 
Joshua Weeks 
Will m Samborn 
Eben r Samborn 
Simon Page 
Zach 1 * Towl 
Christfor gold 



[2-2] 



\_Captain Turner's Artillery. ~\ 



A Muster Role of the Field Artilery Company under Command Of 
Cap* Geo. Turner as Mustered by Maj r Hackett Jan ry 17 1776 — 



Ebenezer Dearing I st Lieut 
John Marden 2 d Lieu* 
Sam 1 Hutchings Serg* 
John Gardner Jun r Serg* 
Benj a Chandler Serg* 



John Dennett Jun r Corp 1 
John Reding Corp 1 
Clem* Jackson Jun r Corp 1 
W m Knight Drummer 
Rob* Stokell Fifer 



W m Cambridge 
Geo. King Jun r 
W m Gowen 
Geo. Lowd 
W m Hart Jun r 
Elliott Dearing 
Tim Gerrish 
Rich d Parsons 



Enoch Davis 
George Jackson Jun r 
Sam 1 Yeaton 
Ephraim Dennett 
Robert Chandler 
Robert Colefax 
Ichabod Shores 



W m Word 
Robert Fernald 
Rendal Furnald 
Edmund Butler 
Henry Snagg 
Sam 1 Slade 
John Underwood 



Thomas Sherburne Jun r Winthrop Bennett 



256 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Theodore Davis 
John Grilllm 
Solomon Thompson 



John Melcher 
Geo : Trafethren 
Sam 1 Sheriff 



Joshua Lang Huntress 
Tho s Priest 



[The foregoing were mustered by Major James Hackett, in accord- 
ance with a vote of the H. of Rep., Jan. 16, 1776. — Ed.] 



[Militia Regiments, 1776.^ 

[Adj. Rep., vol. 2, 1866, pp. 2S3, 2S4.] 

The Assembly voted to raise two thousand men for " the service" in 
this year [1776]. The numbers of the several regiments, the colonels of 
the same, their places of residence, the number of men in the regiment 
from 16 to 50 years of age, and the number to be furnished by each regi- 
ment, are seen from the following table. 





Colonel. 


Place of Residence 


No. of men 


Proportion for 








16 to 50 


the army. 


I 


William Whipple 


Portsmouth 


I56l 


J 93 


2 


Stephen Evans 


Dover 


1666 


207 


3 


Jonathan Moulton 


Hampton 


78l 


97 


4 


Nicholas Gilman 


Exeter 


1665 


207 


5 


John Webster 


Chester 


609 


75 


6 


Matthew Thornton 


Londonderry 


712 


8 9 


7 


Josiah Bartlett 


Kingston 


I I20 


J 39 


8 


Moses Nichols 


Amherst 


1252 


H5 


9 


Daniel Moore 


Bedford 


1132 


140 


10 


Joseph Badger 


Gilmanton 


803 


100 


11 


Thomas Stickney 


Concord 


*345 


168 


12 


David Hobart 


Plymouth 


37S 


47 


J 3 


Samuel Ashley 


Winchester 


1080 


i34 


H 


Enoch Hale 


Rin dge 


959 


120 


15 


Benjamin Bellows 


Walpole 


675 


84 


16 


Israel Morey 


Orford 


347 


43 


l 7 


Jonathan Chase 


Cornish 


492 


61 




Conway 




33 


4 




16,710 


2,063 



[About three hundred men were stationed in the fortifications in 
Piscataqua harbor. The two following are lists of a portion of them. 

-I'D.] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



257 



[2-3] 



\_Captain Titiis Salter's List.~\ 



Fort Washington Feb^ 16 th 1776 



please to pay unto Capt Titus Salter or his order the Ballance due 
unto us on the Mattross company pay Role deliverd in by him & his 
Receipt Shall be a Sufficient discharge from 

Your Most Humble Servants — 
To Nicholas Gilman Esq 1 " ) 
Receiver Generall att Exeter f 



[Blank] 
Tho" Pickerin 
Dan 11 Evans 

[Blank] 
Joseph Leigh 

[Blank] 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 

8 Joseph Day 

9 John Williams 

mark 

10 Richard + Colston 

11 Richard Jenkins 

12 William M e lntyer 

13 Pelatiah Weeks pd 

14 [Blank] 

15 George Waters 

16 Hunking Faxson 

mark 

17 John X Sautridge 

18 Noah Peirce pd 

mark 

19 Daniel X Spinney 

20 Samuel Hart 

21 William Lowd 

rmrk 

22 Dan 11 X Lowd 

23 Llenry Frost Cate 

24 Thomas Jones 

25 Joseph Brotten pd 

26 [Blank] 

27 smuel Hill 

28 William walden pd 

mark 

29 Georg X Waldron pd 

30 Will Shores pd 

31 George Walton 

32 Noah Gilman pd 

33 thomas thurber 

22 



34 obi r Marshall pd 

35 Sam 11 Waters Ju r pd 
30 Josiah Clark pd 

37 George X Rawlins pd 

38 George Read 

39 James yeats 



George Marshalljun 40 [Blank] 

41 William Cross pd 

42 Amos Beck pd 

43 John Gray pd 

44 Joseph Benson pd 

45 Richard lang 

46 Sam 11 Weekes 

47 John Sherman 

48 Benjamin Cross pd 

49 Mark Loud 

50 John Abbott 

51 Joseph Dudley pd 

mark 

52 Benj X Smart 

53 Samuel Goodwin pd 

54 [Blank] 

55 Samuel Jones 

56 Thomas Gammon 

57 James Hight 

58 ' [Blank] 

59 William Green 

60 Samuel Cotton pd 

61 Ephraim X Davis 

mark 

62 Edward Ayers pd 

63 Edmund Furnald 

64 [Blank] 
6^ John Clark 
66 Samuel Slade pd 
6^j Benj a yeaton 



68 John Blasdell 

69 Benj X Holebrook 

70 Benjamin Dam 

71 Daniel Strickland 

72 John Elliott 

73 Charles Stuart pd 

74 George Berry 

mark 

75 peter X Barter 

mark 

76 Sam 11 X Down pd 

77 Darby Daily 

78 Michael Ryan pd 

79 Michael Veal pd 

80 Samuel Piper pd 

81 Jonathan Edmonds 

82 John Sloper 

83 Sam 11 W Cate 

84 Solomon Varrell 

85 Benj n Grant 

86 Israel Hull 
[87 to 97 blank] 

98 Joseph Banfill P d 

99 [Blank] 

100 Josiah Parsons 

101 [Blank] 

102 Solomon Stevens 

103 Benjamin Reed 

104 Charles mitchell 
Benj m Lord 
Benjamin Thomp- 

son pd 
N : furbur 



*°5 
106 



107 
108 



Joshua Jones 



pd 



258 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Israel Hull was paid & signed the order Since 

Receiv'd (Exeter 22 nd Feb y 1776) of Nich Gilman Esq the Sum of 
Forty Six pounds three Shillings & three pence in full of Ballance's due 
on his Roll number one to the persons whose names are herein men- 
tion'd 

Titus Salter 



[2-4] [ Captain Salter's List.~\ 

Sir please to pay unto Capt Titus Salter or his order the Respective 
Sums due unto us Agreeable to his pay Role commencing January i 8t 
1776 and you'l Oblidge 

Your most Humble Servants — 

To Nicholas Gilman Esq r ') Fort Washington 
Receiver Generall att Exeter) Feb y 17 : 1776 

1 [Blank] 27 William Green 53 John X Wall 

2 Tho s Pickerin 28 Benj a yeaten 54 Charles mitchell 

3 Dan 11 Evans 29 Titus Salter J r 55 Daniel X Kief 

4 Joseph Leigh 30 Joseph Plaisted 56 James Seaward 

5 Joshua Grant 31 Darby X Daily 57 Daniel X Davis 

6 Joseph Day 32 thomas Barns 58 Thomas waldren 

7 Richard Jenkins 33 Jonath n X Powers 59 Amos Williams 

8 David Cops 34 John Whitelock 60 John Davis 

9 George Reed 35 Thomas mehany 61 Noah Brottn 

10 Thomas Jones 36 Thomas Prons 62 John Sheperd 

11 John Abbot 37 John Mills 63 Samuel hill Clark 

12 Henry Frost Cates 38 John Sloper 64 Benning W Sloper 

13 John Williams 39 Samuel Hart 65 Lazarus Holmes 

14 Sam 1 Odiorne 40 John Clark 66 Mark Loud 

15 thomas thurber 41 Jonathan Edmonds 67 William Moulton 

16 James M c Intyer 42 Samuel Jones 68 Will" 1 Lewis 

17 Rich' 1 L n Nelson 43 Richard lang 69 Samuel Orcutt 

18 N furbur 44 Thomas Gammon 70 Davies Johnson 

19 James Might 45 Samuel Hill 71 Andrew railt 

20 Stephen Powers 46 Daniel Lunt 72 John Carlil 

21 John X Sautridge 47 Daniel Strickland 73 Jas X George 

22 losiah Harmond 48 Daniel X Loud „ miir . k , ^ , 
\\ r . n . T , ^ T , „,,. . 74 Benaiah Bunker 

23 William Lowd 49 John Elliott <_t ]ohn x D . lvjs 

24 Benjamin Reed 50 Peletiah Gunnison £ j,^ Wdch 

25 James yeats 51 James X Hayley * m „ k 

26 Jos i ah Parsons 52 Jedediah Priles 






REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



259 



77 Jotham X Booker 

maik 
mark 

78 D n X Hills 

79 David Grant 
So Dan 11 X Dalys 

mark 

81 Henry Lunt 



82 John Dwyer 

83 Mark Broteen 

84 Solomon Stevens 

85 Daniel X Obryan 

mark 

86 Jacob Nutter 

87 Stephen Whateon 



88 J : H. for B : 

89 M : B. for H 

90 N : G. 

91 D B 

92 James X Claridge 



C^-5] 



[ Captain Eliphalet Daniels' s List.'] 



Fort Sulevan March 18 th 1776 



Nich Gilman Esq r Receiv r General 



S r Please To pay Cap* Klip* Daniels our Resp c Sums Due on his 
Months Role & his Receip 1 Shall Be Our Dischar ge 



1 [Blank] 


25 


Robert Fernald 


46 


2 Andrew Marshall 


26 


Joshua Pray 




3 Mendum Janvrin 


27 


Edward Fernald 


47 


4 Seth Walker 


28 


Joseph fernald 




5 Jacob Nason 


29 


Benjamin fernald 


48 


6 David Langley 


3° 


[Blank] 


49 


7 John Burba nk 


3 1 


John Chick 




8 Sam 1 Burbank for 


3 2 


[Blank] 


5o 


Ach 1 Forgeson 


33 


danniel a very 


5 1 


9 Solom. Condon 


34 


Joseph Stevens 


5 3 


10 Hezekiah Staple 


35 


Step 11 X Ayers for 


53 


11 Sol n X Clark 




Timothy Carney 


54 


12 Samuel Banfill 


36 


Benjamin Dam 


55 


13 William Cole 

14 Fred k X Peverly 


37 


his 

Patrick X Lilless 

mark 


56 

57 


15 francis Drew 

16 Joseph Nelson 


38 


his 

Thorn 8 X Preest 


58 


mark 


59 


17 Moses Brown 


39 


John Foster 


60 


18 Alex r X Kirkwood 


40 


Benj n X Holebroofc 


: 61 
1 

62 

63 
64 

65 


mirk 

T9 Luke Foster 
20 John Stacey 


4 1 
42 

43 


Daniel Cate for Johi 

Cole 
Hatevii Dam for 


21 Samuel harington 

22 John Folsom 

his 


John 8 Willing 
W m Claridge 


23 W m X Priest 


44 


[Blank] 


66 


mark 

24 Eph m X Perkins 


45 James Mintier 


6 7 



Eben r Pray For Nick 

Everett 
Ebenezer Wille For 

Rich d Wilson 
Joseph Shillaber 
William furnel For 

W m Hacherday 
Joseph Paul 
[Blank] 
Philip Clear 
Thomas Deverson 
Edw d X Staple 
John Nelson 
Winthrop Wille 
Daniel Knight 
Thomas Knight 
William welch 
John Gunnison Jun r 

his 

William X Ingerson 

mark 

John Fernald 
Nathaniel Kennard 
Downing Colbath 
John X Carter 
Joseph applebee 
[Blank] 



26O REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[2-6] [ Captain Ebenezer D Bering's List.~\ 

Portsm April i Bt 1776 

Please to pay to Cap* Peirse Long One Months Advance Wages for 
Each Of us the Subscriber as Artilery Men in the Service of the Colony 
of New Hampshire — 

Your Hh 1 serv ts 

Ebenezer Bearing Nathaniel Woodman William Brotten 

Sam 1 Hutchings Ichabod Shore W m Cambridge 

Shackford Seaward John Barter ^ "■ ,, 

t u /- 1 t r>- 1 1 Peter X Musserwav 

John Gardner Jur Richard perry ^ y 

Henry Meserve Charles Grace Timothy Gerrish 

Tho 8 Bowler Pelatiah weeks Joseph Clark 

John Underwood John Moore Samuel Morrison 

John Hall Robert Brier Samuel yeaton 

Theodore Fernald Will m Gouen Richard Parsons 

Rob 1 S Tokell Joseph M d Fitzgerald George Loud 

George King Jun r John Caverly J°hr> Griffith 

Henry moore Pelatiah Barter John Tucker 

George Jackson inne Joseph Gerrish Nicholas Bouffard 

Clem* Jackson Jun r Joshua Karswell archibald Thomson 

Solomon Thompson Thomas Passmore 

Portsm April i 8t 1776 

Please to pay to Cap n Peirse Long y e Blankett Money for Each of us 
the Subscribers in the Field Artilery Company in the Service of the Col- 
ony of New Hampshire — 

Your Hh 1 Serv ts 

[Signatures to this document are the same as the foregoing — 
Ed.] 

Received of The Receiver General Ninety Nine pounds Eighteen 
Shillings, for One months wages & Twenty four pounds Twelve Shil- 
lings for Blankett Money for the Company under the Command of Eben- 
ezar Dealing as per Role, to be Returned, when Swore to — 

Exeter April 4 th 1776 — 

Pierse Long 

[The regiment of militia under the command of Colonel Thomas 
Stickney, of Concord, was organized and officered as follows. — Ed.] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



26l 



[2-7] 

Return of the Commissioned Officers in Col Thomas Stickneys Regi 
ment March 5 th 1776 

Captains 



1 Reuben Kimball 

2 James Shepard 

3 Peter Kimball 

4 Joshua Bailey 

5 Jerem h Prescot 



1 Joseph Hall 

2 Laban Morrill 

3 Benj. Jack man 

4 Jotham How 

5 John M c Clary 



1 Richard Harlbut 

2 James G lines 

3 Winthrop Carter 

4 Oliver Dow 

5 Benson Ham 



1 Ezekiel Carter 

2 Jeremiah Hackett 

3 Samuel Ames 

4 Joshua Morse 

5 Henry M c Crellis 



6 Eben r Webster 

7 Aaron Adams 

8 Benj a Bean 

9 Isaac Andrews 
10 Benj a Sias 

I st Lieutenants 

6 Rob 1 Smith 

7 David Campbell 

8 John Grushe 

9 John M c Calley 
10 John Sanborn 

2 d Lieut enaitts 

6 And w Pettingill 

7 Ezra Tucker 

8 Tim Dix 

9 Will m Pope 
10 Sam 11 Morrill 

Ensigns 

6 William Calf 

7 Eben r Harriman 

8 Will m Rogers 

9 Archib d Taggart 
10 Ezekiel Morrill 



1 e Daniel Flood 

12 Will m Emery 

13 John Cram 

14 Edward Blanchard 



1 1 Tho s Rowel 

12 Joseph Severance 

13 David Knowlton 

14 Tho s Gilman 



1 1 Philip Flanders 

12 [Blank] 

13 Jon a Stanyan 

14 Eben r Kimball 



1 1 Joseph Currier 

12 Moses Clough 

13 Jon a Cass 

14 W m Samborn 



13 Reg* of Militia, Colony of New Hamp 

Tho 8 Stickney Colo. 

[On the twentieth day of January, 1776, the H. of Rep. " voted to 
raise one regiment of soldiers forthwith." This regiment, consisting 
of eight companies, was raised, placed under the command of Col. 
Timothy Bedel, and ordered to join the " Northern Continental 
Army." The following are the rolls of the several companies. — 
Ed.] 



262 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[2-9] [Rolls of the Companies in Col. BedePs Regiment, iyy6.~\ 

A Pay Roll of the Staff Officers belonging to Colonel Timothy Bedel's 
Regiment. 





Quality 


Time 
engag'd 


Rate per 
Month 


Two Months 

Advance 

Wages 


Timothy Bedel 


Colonel 


1776 

Jan y 2 2 d 


£l5.0.0 


JC3O.O.O 


Joseph Wait 


L< Col 


22 


12 




Isaac Butterfield 


Major 


22 


IO 




Augustine Hibbard 


Chaplain 


22 


6-- 


12 


Abner Barker 


Surgeon 


22 


7.IO- 


I5-- 


George Eagar 


Surg" 8 Mate 


22 


4-- 


S-- 


Thomas Hibbard 


Adjut 1 


22 


5.IO- 


11 — 


Nath 1 Wales 


Qu r M r 


22 


3 ~- 


6-- 




Serj 1 Maj r 


22 


3"- 


6-- 




£8S.o.o 


Deduct 






6-- 




8a-- 


Col Bellows paid Joseph Wait per Receipt 
ditto — Isaac Butterfield 






24-- 
20 — 




£126.0.0 



Copy ex d 



J. Gilman 



[2-10] 



[ Captain Joseph Estabrooks 's Company. ~\ 



A Pay Roll of Captain Joseph Easterbrooks Company in Col 1 Bedel's 
Reg' rais'd by Order of the Continental Congress — In the Colony of New- 
Hampshire in defence of the liberties of America — joined the Northern 
Cont 1 Army — 1776 

Bounty 40/. Blankets 15 /. i d per Mile Billet 8 and two M° pay Ad- 
vanced to Officers & 1 d° to Soldiers — 

Rec d of John Bellows Esq — 
Joseph Easterbrooks Capt. 

8£ per M° billet 8 2/6. £16. 2. 6 Jos Easterbrooks 

Benj Holbrook, Ensign 4£ 8. o - Benj Holbrook 

W m Campbell Serf 48s. 5.13. - W m Campbell 

David Currier — ditto — 6. 5. 2 David Currier 

Joseph Howe — Private 405 — 4.17. 6 Joseph X Howe 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



263 



Sam 1 Perkis 

Alpheus Hill Corp 1 44^ 

Sam 1 Leatherbee Jun Private 

405- 
Amos Holbrook 
Ch a Richards 
Samuel Larthersbee 
Ebenezer Wright 
Asa White 
Phinhas Dustin 



Benjamin Lathersbee 

Moses Wright 
Jonathan Brown 

Cornelius Dunsey 

David Lynds 
Jonathan Fuller Serf- 
Solomon Calkins 40^ 
John Adal 
Benjamin Coats 
Barnabas Strong 
William Larrabee 



£138. 4. 5 

The 5 Men following Were Must d & paid by Col 1 Morey — 

Cornelius Jenks Samuel Jones 

Hugh White and 

John Winter John Whitten 

Copy in substance ex d Jos. Gilman 

Note Must d from the Sth to 19 th Jan y 1776 



£4. 


'7- 


6 


Sam Park hurst 


— 5- 
rivate 


9- 


10 


Alp 8 Hill 


4- 


*5- 


8 


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4- 


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Asa White 


4- 


16 




Phin 8 Dustin 


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4- 


16 


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Moses Wright 


4- 


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Jon a Brown 


4- 


I 5- 


3 


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mark 


4- 


!5- 


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David Lynds Jun 


348^5. 


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10 


Jon a Fuller 


5- 


6. 


8 


Solomon Calkins 


4- 


18 


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John Adal 


4- 


18 


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4- 


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Barna 8 Strong 


4- 


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W m Larrabee 



[2-1 1] 



\_Captain Daniel Carlisle's Co.~\ 



Pay Roll for Cap 1 Daniel Carl isles C° in Col Bedel's Reg 1 1776— Must d 
& paid by John Bellows Esq 1- Officers 2 M° Wages — Non Commiss d & 
Privates 1 M° Wages 40/ bounty 15/ Blanket money & i d per mile bil- 
leting — Feb y 1776 — 

Daniel Carlisle, Cap 1 <£i6. o. o 

Elisha Whitcomb Lieut 1 10.16 - 

Ephraim Stone ditto 10.16 - 

Aaron Smith — Ensign 8. o - 



£45.12. o 



264 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



— Tim y Peirce 

— W m Temple 

— Eben r Hills Corporal 

— Elkanah Woodcock 

— John Butler 

— Elias Taylor 

— John Rugg 

— Isaac Billings 
9 Jeremiah Settswell 

,1 1 Iran Evans 

9 Jon a Wright 

6 Henry Chamberlin 
, 6 Joshua Pierce 

6 Enos Burt 
, 6 Jos h Evans 
, 4 Joel Priest 
.10 Elij h Taylor Corporal 
. 8 Amasa Wright 
, 4 Bezaleel G randy 

4 Eldad Evans 

4 Caleb Green 
, 3 Daniel Gates 
, 3 Philip Alexander 
, 3 Abel White 
. 1 James Clay Jun r Serj* 
, 2 Solomon Perry 
. 4 Hezekiah Olney 
, 4 Thomas Amsden 

— Timothy Butterfield Serj 

— Jacob Stone 

— Jacob Staple 

— Ebenezer Chamberlin 



Paid Cap 1 Dan 1 Carlisle for Travel of 45 Men per Rec' 5-5-7 



Michael HafTVon — private — 


4- x 5 


Annanias Tubbs 


4- J 5 


Nath Hills 


4- l 5 


Andrew Nichols 


4- J 5 


Caleb Thayer 


4- J 5 


Henry Willard 


4- x 5 


John Willard 


4.15 


Brewer Dodge 


4-J5 


W m Temple 


4.1S 


James Shafter 


4.1S 


Edward Houghton 


4.1S. 


Stephen Chapman 


4.17. 


Nat Bacon Fifer 44^ 


5 - 1 


Tho 8 Whitcomb — 405 


4.17. 


Eleazer Jordan 44J Corp 1 


5- 1 


Isaac Gibbs 


4.1S 


Edmund Fisher 


4.1S 


Zepheniah Shepardson 


4.1S 


Thomas Gibbs Serj 1 485 


5- 6 


Abraham Gibbs 40^ 


4.1S. 


Joshua Gibbs 


4.18 


Luke Aldrich Drummer 44^ 5. 5 


Nathan Colburn 405 


5- T 


Joshua White 


5- J 


Joseph Beman 


5. 2 


James Wheelock 


4.18 


Dennis HeftYon 


4.1S 


David Gibbs 


4.1S 


Jesse Thompson 


4-J5 


Joel Aldrich 


4- J 5 


Isaac Stone 


A- l 5 


W m Farmer 


4- J 5 


Eben' Aldrich 


4-i5 



4- 


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4- 


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4 


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4- 


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15 


4 


i5 


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15 


4 


15 


4 


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4 


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4 


15 


4 


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8. n 


360. 


8. 11 



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J Gilman 



£365.14. 6 



[2-12] 



\_Captaln yason Waifs Co.~\ 



Pay Roll for Cap 1 Jason Waits C° in Col Bedels Reg* Must* & paid by 
John Bellows Esq r Officers 2 M° Wages — Non Commiss d & privates 1 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



265 



M° Wages 40^ Bounty 15.? Blanket money & id per Mile Billeting 
1776 



Feb^ 



Jason Wait Cap* 
Lemuel Sergants L* 
John Griggs d° 

Thomas Jones Ensign 



Aaron Rice 
Amos Flood 
Robert Little 
William Hardwick 
Elijah Burroughs 
John Collins 
Joseph Taylor 
Lewis Indian 
James Parker 
Timothy Dewey 
Henry Drummer 
Eben Farnham Corp 1 
Ephraim Stearns 
Charles Gillgrist 
Thomas Parker 
Elias Bartlet 
John Joyner 
Josiah Johnson 
Henry Stevens 
Peter Leavins 
William X Saunders 

mark 

Daniel Putnam 
Edmund Hervey 
Zenas Lull 
Aether Matthews 
Joshua Church 
Mathew Patrick 

his 

Zimri X Luce 

mark 

James Thomson 
Matthew Miller 
Hugh Miller 
Philip Wardner 
Ripley Bingham 



£16 


. 0. 


10 


.16 


10 


.16 


8 




£45 


12.0 


4 


•15 


4 


•i5 


4 


f 5 


4 


•'5 


4 


15 


4 


J 5 


4 


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4 


15 


4 


i5 


4 


J 5 


4 


l 5 


4 


L 9 


4 


i5 


4 


15 


4 


i5 


4 


J 5 


4 


*5 


4 


15 


4 


r 5 


4 


^5 


4 


15 


4 


i5 


4 


J 5 


4 


15 


4- 


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4 


*5 


4- 


15 


4- 


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4- 


15 


4- 


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4- 


15 


4- 


'5 



Joshua Mack 
Thomas Messer 
Sam 1 Huntley 
Josiah Gustin 
Jonah Stow 
Zebulon Crane 
Abijah Benton Drumm' 
Jehiel Holdridge 
Francis Joiner 
Jonathan Bigsby Serf 
James Martin 
Daniel Stearns 
Josiah Johnson 
Andrew Boynton 
Nathan Delano 
Abner Matthews Cor 
Jonathan York 
James Goodwin 
Jonathan Fuller 
Peter Fuller 
William Aldrich 
Daniel Hibbard 
John Noyce 
Peter Bebee 
Joshua Gustin 
Joseph Lawrace Serf 
Joseph Fay Serf 
Nathan Billings 
Isaac Johnson Jun r 
David Johnson 
Elisha Willis 
Benj a Hall 
Amos Purler 
Simeon Purler 
Timothy Hervey 
Joseph Gray 

Billeting 



£4 


•15 


4 


•i5 


4 


•!5 


4 


r 5 


4 


■15 


4 


■15 


4 


.19 


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4 


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4 


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4 


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4 


T 5 


4 


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4 


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4 


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4 


15 


4 


15 


4 


15 


4 


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4 


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4 


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*5 


6. 


16.9 


£381. 


19.9 



266 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[2-13] 



\_Rcceipts J ~07- Supplies .] 



Charlcstown Feb y 25 th 1776 

Rec d of John Bellows Esq r twenty three blankets for the Soldiers by 
the Apprizement Sixteen pounds two Shillings & sixpence 

Jason Wait Cap* in Col Bedels Regm* 

Charlestown Feb y 25 th 1776 

Rec d of John Bellows Esq r Nineteen pounds ten Shillings which with 
Twenty three Blankets Amounting to seventeen pounds five shillings is 
the Amount of Forty nine Blankets at Fifteen Shillings Each 

Jason Wait Cap 1 in Col Bedels Reg* 

Charlestown Feby 26 th 1776 

Rec d of John Bellows Esq 1- one Shilling & three pence for travel for 
two men to the place of mustering also one pound ten Shillings for two 
Blankets also two Hatchets 

Jason Wait Cap* in Col° Bedels Regm* 



[2-14] 



[ Captaiit Daniel Wilki?zs\s Co.~\ 



A Pay Roll of Cap* Daniel Wilkins Company in Col Bedel's Regi- 
ment, Mustered and paid by John Bellows Esq 1 " Officers 2 M° Wages, 
Non Commissioned and Privates 1 M° wages, 40^ Bounty, 155- blanket 
money & 1 penny per mile billeting — 



Dan 1 Wilkins Cap* i 

W m Robv Lieu* 
Jn° Mills 2 d d° 
W m Bradford j r Ensign 
Rob* Campbell Serjeant 
Jn° Calwell M c Neal ditto 
James Caldwell ditto 
Benjamin Dike ditto 
Sutherrick Weston Corporal 5 
Jonathan Fifield d° 

Joshua Abbot d° 

Samuel Stearns d° 

Thomas Powell Drum 1 " 
Jabez Holt Fifer 
Andrew Wilkins 
Jeremiah Lamson 
Thomas Melendy 
William Brown 



16. 


6. 


3 


Reuben Killicutt 


£5. 


2. 


6 


II. 


3- 


6 


Martin Montgomery 


5- 


2. 


6 


1 1. 


2. 


6 


W m M c Murphy 


5- 


2. 


6 


8. 


6. 


8 


James Millar 


5- 


6. 


& 


5- 


10. 


1 


Ephraim Clark 


5- 


3- 


4 


5- 


10. 


1 


Hugh M c Keen 


5- 


1. 


S 


5- 


10. 


1 


Timothy Martin 


5- 


2. 


3 


5- 


9- 


6 


Jn° Houston 


5- 


2. 


1 


15- 


5- 




Aaron Nichols 


5- 




4 


5- 


5- 


8 


Solomon Kitteridge 


5- 




6 


5- 


5- 


6 


Stephen Curtice 


5- 




S 


5- 


5- 


3 


Lemuel Curtice 


5- 




3 


5- 


5- 


6 


Isaac Palmer Curtis 


5- 




'3 


5- 


5- 


6 


Jn° Allen 


5- 




4 


5* 


1 . 


3 


James Cochrin 


5- 




6 


5- 


1. 


3 


Robert Cochran 


5- 




6 


5- 


1. 


3 


Roger Dutton 


5- 




6 


5- 


1 . 


3 


Obediah Holt 


5- 




6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



267 



Henry Glover 
Joseph Lovejoy 
Daniel Wilkins 
Sylvister Wilkins 
Jn° Robbins 
Lenaford Gilbert 
James Hartshorn 
James Clark 
John Farnham 
Thomas Stevens 
Jonathan Eames 
James Jewell 
Philip Abbot Roby 
Ebenezer Fosgate 
Jacob Blodget 
George Bemaine 
Joseph Farrar 
Samuel Wood 
William Hamblet 
James Harwood 



£5. 1. 
5- !• 
5- 
5- 
5- 
5- 
5- 
5- 
5- 
5- 
5- 
5- 
5- 
5- 
5- 



8 

1. 6 

2. 6 
1. 6 
1. 6 

1. 6 
0.10 

!• 3 

2. 6 

2. 6 

2. I 

2. 6 

2. 6 

5- 3- 9 

5. 2. 6 

5- 3- 6 

5. 2. 6 

q. 2. 6 



Copy in substance 



Jn° Willey 
Amos Boutwell 


£5. 

5- 


3- 
1. 


4 
4 


Isaac Stearns 


5- 


1. 


6 


Primus Chandler 


5- 


1. 


7 


Reuben Kemp 


5- 


2. 


6 


Jn° Everton 
Alexander Brown 


5- 
5- 


1. 
i. 


7 


William Alld 


5- 


1 . 


S 


Joseph Dickey 
Josiah Warren 


5- 
5- 


1 . 

2 


8 


Jn° Phelps 
Robert Livingston 


5- 

5- 


1. 

2 


6 


Samuel Boyd 
Thomas M c Clary 
Jn° M C A Hester 


5- 

5- 
5- 


2 
2 

2 


- 


Benj a M c Allaster 


5- 


2 


— 


Jn° M c Clintock 


5- 


2 


- 


Ezra Tubbs 


4- 


*7- 


6 




£406. 


5- 


2 



ex d J Gilman 



[2-15] \_Captain Ebenezer Green's Co. Receipt for Guns.'] 

We the Subscribers Officers and Soldiers belonging to Cap* Ebenezer 
Greens Company in Col Timothy Bedels Regiment hereby acknowlege 
that we have rec d of Israel Morey Esq r the following Firelocks with the 
several accoutrements thereto belonging as prefixed to our names in the 
following columns, for the service of the United Colonies in the Northern 
Continental Army and for the use of said Firelocks and Accoutrements 
we the Subscribers agree to allow the sum of six shillings Lawful Money 
to be deducted out of our wages for the use of each Fire Arm &c 

Orford March 2 d 1776 — 







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429 


1 Lieutenant 




3 - _ 




I . IO 


Benjamin Grant 


<n8 


Nathan Fellows 




3 - ~ 




I . IO 


Nathan Fellows 


451 


John Closson 




3 - - 




r . 10 


John Closson 


i S 8 


Benj a Howard 




3 ~ - 




1 . 10 


Benj a Howard 


200 


David Rich 




3 - - 




1 . 10 


David Rich 



268 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



A 








73 






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NAM ES— 


£ 




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1 . 10 




2479 


Jon a Stark 




3 - - 




Jon a Stark 


1 61 8 


Amos Ames 




3 - - 




1 . 10 


Amos Ames 


1418 


Samuel Burnham 




3 - - 




1 . 10 


Samuel Burham 


2173 


William Stark 




3 - - 




1 . 10 


William Stark 


15 


John Stewart 




3 - - 




1 . 10 


John Stewart 


175 


Benjamin Smith 




3 - - 




1 . 10 


Benj a X Smith, mark 


9104 


Isaac Preston 




3 - - 




1 .10 


Isaac Preston 


4506 


Zebulon Gay 




3 - - 




1 . 10 


Zebulon Gay 


4050 


Samuel Eaton 




3 - - 




1 . 10 


Samuel Eaton 


4i55 


John Arman 




3 — ~ 




1 .10 


John Arman 


1525 


Anthony Row 




3 - - 




1 . 10 


Anthony X Row 


185 


Nathan 1 West 




3 - - 




1 . 10 


Nathaniel West 


702 


Samuel Farnham 




3 




1 .10 


Samuel Farnham 


574 


John Hinkson 




3 - - 




1 . 10 


John Hinkson 


495 


David Sargeant 




3 - ~ 




1 . 10 


David Sargent 


979 1 


For these four Guns 




3 ~ ~ 




1 .10 


Samuel Gelusha 


852! 

419 | 
2213 j 


U Grant gave his rec* 




3 - - 




1 . 10 


Joseph Hatch 


to be did to CapEbenezer 




3 - - 




1 . 10 


David Chamberlain 


Greene — 




3 - - 




1 . 10 


Stephen Pillum 



Am Guns £72.0.0 — Bayonet Belts £2.4.0 

I acknowlege that I have received the four last mentioned Fire Arms 
from the hands of L* Ben Grant & did to the said Samuel Gelusha Jos 
Hatch David Chamberlain and Stephen Pelham agreeable to the marks 
and numbers above mentioned — 

Eben r Greene. — 

Copy ex J Gil man 

Receivd of Israel Morey twenty eight hatchets 4 axes, 4 Tin Kettles 
and twenty eight pair Snow Shoes for my party of 2S Men and 35 quarts 
Rum — 

Benjamin Grant — 



A Memorandum of Soldiers belonging to the within Cap Green's C° 
that found their own Arms. — 

L e Whites party 
Samuel Tappan— N° S— £1.16 — 
Simon Gillett — 77 — 2.10 — 
Corp 1 Ephraim Skin- 
ner 7S — 3 

Daniel Heustis 1 pistol • 18 



Noah Grant— N° 1 

Christopher Keyes 2 
Henry Eaton o 

Richard Smith o 



£3- 
3 — 
3 — 
3 — 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



260/ 



William Vittum 
John Hearn 
Corp 1 Moses Head 
Allen Hatchet— 
Sarj e Abial Stevens- 



3 

4 

5 
6— 

7- 



1. 16 — Abner Chamberlain 1 dit- 



2. 



to- 
Pearly Rogers 



18 
79— 2 -<4 



We the Subscribers Officers 



Copy ex 
and Soldiers belonging to 



£33-H 
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Cap Eben r 
Green's Company in Col Timothy Bedels Regiment hereby acknowlege 
that we have received of Israel Morey Esq 1 " the following Fire Arms with 
the several accoutrements thereto belonging as prefixed to our names in 
the following colums for the service of the United Colonies in the North- 
ern Continental Army and for the use of said Fire Arms and Accoutre- 
ments we the Subscribers agree to allow the sum of Six Shillings Law- 
ful Money to be deducted out of our wages for the use of each Fire Arm 
&c— 

Head Quarters Orford March 5 th 1776 







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3 






2S 


Jn° White 


4777 


Abiel Stevens 




3 






2S 


Abiel Stevens 


250 


John Row 




3 






2S 


John Row 


435 


Moses Chandler 




3 






2S 


Moses X Chandler 


1395 


Israel Glind 




3 






2S 


Israel X Glind 


1269 


Ebenezer Hall 




3 






2S 


Ebenezer Hall 


1 57 


Thomas Danford j r 




3 






2S 


Thomas Danford Jun r 


251 


Jon a Quimby 




3 






2S 


Jon a Quimby X mark- 


510 


Stephen Webster 




3 






2S 


Stephen Webster 


5011 


John Glines 




3 






2S 


John Glines 


4504 


Joseph Chandler 




3 






2S 


Joseph Chandler X 


2835 


Moses Head Jun r 




3 






2S 


Moses Head Jun r X 


5 


Samuel Chase 




3 






2S 


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4 


William Hilton 




3 






2S 


William Hilton 


3 


Aretas Chandler 




3 






2S 


Aretas X Chandler 


18 


Jon a Philbrick 




3 




O 




Jon a X Philbrick 


39 


Joel Woodvvorth 




3.12 - 






2S 


Joel Woodworth 


26 


John Mastin 




1. 19 - 






2S 


John Mastin 


V3 7 


Thomas M c Keech Kings Arm 
















London New York 




3 


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to3 2 


Archibald Harvey K Arm 




3 


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3° 


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2. 14 - 








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4i 


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3 


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Nath 1 Rogers Jun r 


75 


Elias Chamberlain 




2.14 - 








Elias Chamberlain 


80 


Jn° Evans 




2. 8 - 








John Evans 






£-) 


0. 7.0 




& 


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Amount brot forward 


72. 0.0 


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[2-17] [Captain James Osgood's Co., 1776. ~\ 

Pay Roll for Cap James Osgoods C° in Col 1 Bedels Reg* 1776 — Two 
Months Wages to Officers And one Month to Non Commissioned Offi- 
cers & privates Also 40^ bounty, 15^ Blanket Money & i d per Mile bil- 
leting- 





Rece d of Israel 


Morey Esq r 






James Osgood Capt 


[776 


Jan^ 22 d 


16. 8. 4 


Samuel Fowler 


L* 


22 


11 


. 2. - 


John Webster 2 d 


L* 


22 


1 1 


4. 4 


Charles Hill 


Ensign 


22 


8 


. 1. 10 


Jeremiah Abbot 


Serf 


Feby 7 th 


5 


9. 8 


Stephen Webster 


d° 


7 th 


5 


11. 4 


Hubbard Carter — 


d° 


16 


5 


n. 4 


Edward Carlton — 


Corp 1 


14 th 


4 


8. 2 


Benj Webster 


Corp 1 


14 th 


5 


. 4.10 


Elias Abbot 


private 


nth 


5 


. 1. 8 


Benj Sawyer 




8 th 


5 


. 1. - 


Rich d Hazen Osgood 




14 th 


5 


1. 8 


Daniel Young 




10 th 


5 


3- 4 


Joseph Ordway 




14 th 


5 


3- 4 


John Ordway 




i5 to 


5 


3- 4 


Samuel Dyer 




19 th 


5 


5.10 


Joseph Giles 




Mar 6 th 


5 


8. 4 


James Foy 




7 th 


5 


8. 4 


Ezekiel Eastman 




nth 


5 


8. 4 


Chris 1 " Hinkley 




IO th 


5 


18 - 


Jeremiah Smith 




IO th 


5 


8. 4 


Aaron Smith 




IO th 


5 


8. 4 


Nathan Kinsman 




Feb? 10 th 


5 


1. 8 


W m Simons 




10 th 


5 


1. 8 


John Beden 




19 th 


5 


5.10 


Joshua Danforth 




6 th 


5 


- 10 


Reuben Middleton 




6 th 


5 


5.10 


Joseph Basford 
Richard Smart 




17 th 


5 






17 th 


4 


17. 2 


Joseph Fellows 




Mar. 6 


5 


0. 4 


James Basford 




6 


5 




Jos Lund 




J 3 


4 


17. 11 


Samuel Danforth 




10 


5 


- ia 


Tim Foss 




Feb 14 


5 


1. 1 


Benj a Fifield 






5 


1. 8 


Ezra Abbot 






5 


1. 8 


William Hopkins 






5 


5 - 


Chandler Abbot 






5 


1. 8 



23 



274 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Philip Abbot 
Ebenez* Leathers 
Nath 1 Walker 
W" Fahey 
Joseph Cass 
Nathan Cass 
Wells Burbank 
Benj M c Allester 
Edward Danforth 
Israel Webster 
Azel Spauding 
Noah Paine 
Matthew Peck 
Titus Freeman 
Jon a Brown 
John Hoit 
Zadock Priest 
Amasa Wright 
Moses Evans 
Dan 1 Perkins 
Elihu Baxter 
W m Cutler 
Joshua Spear 
Joseph Kingsbury 
Caleb Colton 
Charles Scott 
Sam 1 Kingsbury 
Robert Colburn 



Copy ex d 





5. 1. 8 


Feb S 


5- 3- 4 


7 


5- 4- 2 


Mar 7 th 


5. 8. 4 


'5 th 


4.19. 9 


i5 th 


4.19. 9 


Feb 18 


5. - 10 


iS 


4.19. 9 


iS 


5-4 


iS 


5 - - 


Mar 8 


4.17. 9 


8 


4.16. 8 


16 


4.1S. 6 


28 


4.19. 2 


2S 


4.19. 2 


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4.1S. 6 


30 


4.18. 4 


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4.17. 4 


3i 


4.17. 4 


3 1 


4.17. 4 


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4. 16. 10 


10 


4.17. 4 


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4. 16. 10 


11 


4.17. 4 


11 


4.1S. 4 


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4.18. 4 


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4.17. 4 


15 


4.16. 8 




£363. 1. 10 




J Gilman 



[2-18] 



\_ Cap tain Osgood's Co. in part.l 



List of Capt. James Osgoods Party to be paid by himself 





Ballance 




. 


due 




James Osgood Cap. 


£29.18. 9 Jn° Moore 


Private 


Ezek 1 Walker Serg* 


6.10. 8 Jos Colby 


ditto 


George Kentfield Corp 1 


1. 2.10 Zeph a Patee 


ditto 


Supply Walker ditto 


8. 2. 9 Daniel Chandler 


ditto 


Eben' Green Private 


12. 11. 3 Jonathan Dresser 


ditto 


Nath 1 Eastman ditto 


8. 4. 5 Abiel Messer 


ditto 


Benj" Heath ditto 


7.13. 6 Daniel Emerson C 


"oss ditto 


Leon 1 ' Herri man ditto 


5.17. 5 Thomas Spring 


ditto 



Ballance 
due 

8. 1. 7 
7.19 - 

9. 4. 8 
8. 17. 11 

8.11. 7 

7- 9 " 
1. 4. 2 

7.12. 5 






REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



275 



Jon a Johnson private 
Barnes Haseltine ditto 
Ezek 1 Stickney ditto 



7.14. - Archibald Sterling private 4. 3. 4 

10 — 11 Jn° Murray ditto - - - 

8.19. - Peter Stilling ditto - - - 



Cap* Osgoods whole Stopages in the Roll 

Cap Osgoods Rations 

deduct Cash rec d of receiv r Gen 1 or Others 

by Cap* Page & himself due to Cap* Osgoods party 



£169.19. 2 
129.— 7 

298.19. 9 
10.15 — 

£309.14. 9 



£251.18. 9 

Feb 7 8 th 1776 In Committee of Safety. To Nich s Gilman Esq r Treas r 
pay Cap* James Osgood the Sum of Two Hundred & fifty one pounds 
Eighteen Shillings & Nine pence being the wages due to the Persons 
abovenamed — Soldiers in his Company, and Supplies for the Soldiers 
Stopt out of their wages — 

M Weare Chairman 

Feb 7 10. 1776 Receiv'd the Sum of two hundred & fifty one pounds 
18/9 in full for the within — Per James Osgood 



[2-19] 



\_jReceipt, Caftt. Osgood' } s Men.~\ 



Received of Israel Morey Esq 1- the several sums hereafter Mentioned 
& prefixed to each Soldiers name being Advance pay bounty Blanket 
Money bounty & billeting as per Roll (Viz 1 ) 

Matthews Pecks wages two pounds bounty two pounds blanket Fif- 
teen Shillings & billeting Three Shillings & Six pence — Total 4.18.6 



Tytus Freeman 
Jon a Brown 
William Cutler- 
Joseph Kingsbury 
Caleb Colton 
Charles Scott 



Wages 


Bounty 


Blankt 


2 - 


2 - 


15* 


2 - 


2 - 


I5S 


2 - 


2 - 


15* 


2 - 


2 - 


15^ 


2 - 


2 - 


15^ 


2 - 


2 - 


15* 



Billetng 



O.4.2 

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U 2.4 
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4.19.2 
4.19.2 
4.17.4 
4.17.4 
4.18.4 
4.18.4 



£34.8.2 



Received the Above sums of said Money to deliver to each of the Above 



276 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



mentioned Soldiers (which I am to produce Each of their Receipts for) 
per Charles Hill 

The Above Soldiers belonging to Cap 1 Osgoods Company 

Examined 

[2-20] [Captain Osgood's Men. Receipt for Guns .] 

We the Subscribers Officers & Soldiers belonging to Cap* James 
Osgoods Company in Col Timothy Bedels Regiment hereby acknowl- 
edge that we have received of Israel Morey Esq r the following Fire Arms 
with the Several Accoutrements thereto belonging as prefixed to our 
names in the following columns for the service of the United Colonies in 
the Northern Continental Army and for the use of said fire arms and 
Accoutrements We the Subscribers agree to allow the sum of six shil- 
lings Lawful Money to be deducted out of our wages for the use of each 
Fire Arm &c Head Quarters Orford March 5 th 1776 



Mo. of 
Arms 




Fire 

Arms 


Bayonet 


Price 


Bayonets 
Belts 


Price 


l82 


Joshua Danford 




I 


3. O.O 


2.4 




58 


Samuel Danford 




U 


I. IO 






45 


Christopher Hennekly 




t( 


1. 16 






49 


Nathaniel Walker 






2. 2 




2.4 


40 


Daniel Young 






2.IO 






31 


Joseph Lund 






2. 8 






51 


John Betton 






2 






53 


Israel Webster 






2. 2 






29 

48 


Edward Danford 






I. l6 






Wells Burbank 






2.IO 






5° 


Joseph Gibbs 






2.IO 






43 


Ebenezer Leathers 




I 


3 — 






52 


Benjamin M c Allaster 




I 


2. 8 






64 


John Ordway 






i-i3 






57 


Samuel Dyer 






*• 5 






66 


Joseph Ordway 






2.14 






56 


Hubbard Carter 






1. 19 








Ezekiel Eastman 




I 


3 — 


2.4 




113 


Ezra Abbott 




I 


3 — 


2.4 




9/2 


Joseph Basford 




I 


3 


2.4 




445 


John Webster a d L 1 




I 


3 


2.4 




544 


Stephen Webster 




I 


3 


2.4 




65 


R. H. Osgood 






2.14 


2.4 




80 


Azel Spaulding 






3 






7 Re g 4 














2 d So 


Charles Hill 




I 


3 






S 7 


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3 
3 






47 


Benjamin Fifield 






2. 5 






82 


Elias Abbott 




I 


3 







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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



277 



\_Names of Me?z who found their own Guns.~\ 

Memorandum of what Men belonging to Cap Osgoods Company that 
found their own Guns — 



Benjamin Webster 1 Gun N 


°54 


Value .£2.10.0 


Joseph Fellows 1 d° — 
James Foy 1 d° — 
William Hopkins 1 d° — 
Timothy Foy— 1 d°— 
Aaron Smith — 1 d° — 


55 
54 
56 
55 

57 


2. 2S- 

I 

2.IO.O 
2. 5.O 
2.I4.O 


William Simon — 1 d° — 


59 


2 - 5- 


Nason Cass 1 d° — 


62 


2.10 - 


William Fakey 1 d°— 
Jeremiah Abbot 1 d° — 


63 
64 


2 — 
3.12 - 


Noah Pain 1 d°— 


79 


3- ~- 


Joshua Spear 1 d° 1 bayonet 


84 


3 




£29. 8.0 


Am cost fire arms — bro 4 over — 




72.2 


d° d° Belts d° — d° 




2.2 



Total Am* Fire Arms & Belts- 
Copy ex 



£74.4 



J Gilman 



278 



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279 



[2-22] [Captain Edward Evejetfs Pay- Roll, 1776.'] 

Pay Roll for Cap* Edw d Everitts C° in Col Bedels Reg* 1776— 

Rec d of Israel Morey Esq One of the Pay Masters the several sums 

prefixed to our Names — 

2 Months pay to Officers, And one Months pay, bounty 405 Blanket 

155- & id per Mile billeting to Non Commission Officers & privates 



Edward Everett Capt. Jan y 22 16.0.0 
billet g 252 16 

Eben r Chamberlin L* 2i d £10.165 bil- 
leting 452. 11 

Joseph Thurber 2 L* 22 d £10.165. bil- 
let* 252. 10 

Amos Webster Ens 11 22 d £8.0.0 billet- 
256 8 

George Moore Serf Jan y 21 st 4S5405 — 
155 & 152 

Paul Weld— d°— Feb? 20 th 485.405.155. 
& 256 

W m Tolton— d°— 11 th 485.405.155. 

& 256 

John Tyler— d°— i 8t 485.405.155. 

&45 



i 81 445.405.155. 



John Cooley Corp 1 

&556 
John Fifield d° Jan 21. 445.405.155 & 

152 

Jonathan Clark d° Feb y 1. 445.405.155 

& 252 5 

Benf Rollins d° — 17 th 445.405.155 



Sign d by 

2. 2 Edw d Everit 

o. 2 Eben Chamberlain 

:8. 2 Joseph Thurber 

2. 6 Amos Webster 

4. 2 Geo Moore 

5. 6 Paul Wells 
5. 6 W m Tarlton 
7 — John Tyler 
4. 6 John Cooley 

0. 2 John Fifield 

1 . 2 Jon a Clark 



& 158 
George Everitt Drumm r I st 445.405.155 

& 252 

Benjamin Sawyer priv te Jan y 21. 405. 



5 — 8 Benj Rollins 
5. 1. 2 Geo X Everitt 



4. 15. 10 Benj a Sawyer 
io d 4. 15. 10 Geo X Greggs 

mark 

io d 4. 15. 10 Peter X larvey 

mark 

io d 4. 15. 10 Eph m Collins 

io (1 4. 15. 10 Levi Collins 

io cl 4. 15. 10 David Sleeper 

io d 4. 15. 10 Tchabod Collins 

151 4.16. 1 Sam 1 Allen 

Sterling Heath Feb y 12th 351 4.18. 1 Sterl g X Heaths 



405.155 & IO d 






George Gregg 


Jan y 


21 st 


Peter Larvey 




2 j st 


Ephraim Collins 




21 st 


Levi Collins 




21 st 


David Sleeper 




2 1 st 


Ichabod Collins 




21 st 


Sam 1 Allin 




21 st 



28o 



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Andrew Craige 






2 


3 s2 




4 


iS. 


2 


Andrew Craige 


David Craige 






1 


252 




4 


*7- 


2 


David Craige 


Samuel Hodge 






7 


252 




4 


*7- 


2 


Sam 1 Hodge 


David I lodge 






iS 


252 




4 


J 7- 


2 


David Hodge 


W m Cotton 






1 


252 




4 


J 7- 


2 


W m Cotton 


Isaac Smith 






1 


252 




4 


x 7- 


2 


Isaac Smith 


Michael Clark 






1 


252 




4 


*7- 


2 


Mich 1 Clark 


James Ramsey 






13 


252 




4 


i7- 


2 


James X Ramsey 


Thomas Pitts 






1 


252 




4 


i7- 


2 


Thomas X Pitts 


Edw d Kendell 






1 


252 




4 


J 7- 


2 


mark 

Edward Kendell 


Moses Smart 






1 


252 




4 


i7- 


2 


Moses X Smart's 


NehirT Snow 






20 




256 


4 


i7- 


6 


mark 

Nehem h X Snow's 


Edw d Evans Fefr 


r l 


405 


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T55. & 256 


4 


J 7- 


6 


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Edw d Evans 


Joseph Hubbard 


2 








256 


4 


! 7- 


6 


Joseph Hobbart 


Nat. Webster 


2 








256 


4 


J 7- 


6 


Nath 1 Webster 


Noadi Lynd 


3 








I54 


4 


16. 


4 


Noadi X Lynd's 


John Brown 


2 








158 


4 


16. 


8 


John X Brown's 


Peter Maloney 


I 








252 


4 


: 7- 


2 


Peter Maloney 


Theodore Dame 


'9 








3 d 


4 


T 5- 


3 


p d per Rec 4 


Aaron Hand Jan 


21 








25S 


4 


I 7- 


8 


Aaron Hand 


David Flanders Feb y 


1 1 






5510 


5 


0. 


10 


David Flanders 


Nich s Davis 




10 






5510 


5 


0. 


10 


Nich 8 Davis 


Sam 1 Shaw 




1 






3H 


4 


18. 


4 


Sam 1 Shaw 


Eph m Chamberlin 




1 






452 


4 


19. 


2 


Eph m X Chamberlin 


Lemuel Meeder 




1 






854 


5- 


3- 


4 


Lemuel Meeder 


Eben r Blodgett 




22 






256 


4 


J 7- 


6 


Eben Blodget 


James Mo 1 ton 




15 






151 


4 


16. 


1 


James Moulton 


Tho 8 Lucas 




1 






256 


4 


J 7- 


6 


Tho s Lucas 


Robert Kanady 




1 






3 d 


4 


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8 


Rob Kanady 


John Hodgdon Jan 


26 


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158 


4 


16. 


8 


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Rosel Wood worth 




26 th 




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4 


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Rosel Woodworth 


Ezekiel Keys Marc 


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256 


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6 


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Stephen Keys 




1 






256 


4- 


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Stephen Keys 


Jonathan Edes 




1 






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4- 


18 




Jon a X Edes 


David Nevin Jun 


Feb^ 


28 




3* 


4- 


iS 




David X Nevins 


Isaac Powers 






26 




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4- 


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Isaac Powers 


Nahum Powers 






17th 




256 


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Stephen Gates 


Jacob Gates 






7 th 




I5IO 


4- 


16. 


10 


Jacob Gates 



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28l 



Nat. Burden Mar 20 

James Barnes Feb y t 2 

Jos Leavit 15 

Dan 1 Chamberlin 15 

Job Judkins 15 

Joseph Wheat 15 

John Roberts March 15 

Copy in Substance 



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4.17. 6 
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ZL92 4.19. 2 

45 4.I9 — 

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p6 



£375.18. 6 



Nat. X Burdeens 

mark 

James Barnes 
Jos X Leavits 

mark 

Dan 1 X Chamberlin 

mark 

Job Judkins 
Jos Wheat 
John Roberts 



ex d Jos Gil man 



[2-23] 



[Captain Samuel Young's Co. Receipt. ~\ 



We the Subscribers Officers and Soldiers belonging to Cap* Samuel 
Youngs Company in Col Timothy Bedels Regiment hereby acknowlege 
that we have received of Israel Morey Esq r the following Fire Arms with 
the several accoutrements to our names prefixed in the several Colums 
for the service of the United Colonies in the Northern Continental Army, 
and for the use of said fire Arms and Accoutrements we the subscribers 
agree to allow the sum of six shillings Lawful Money to be deducted out 
of our wages for the use of each Fire Arm &c — 

Head Quarters March 19th 1776 — 





No of Arms 


Fire Arms 
Bayonet 


Price 


Bayonet 
Belts 


Price 


Fortune Negro 
Benajah Blackman 
James Rider 


24 

23 
20 


I 
I 
I 


3-— 

3-— 
3-— 




2 
2 
2 


Biley Gray 
Robert Davis 


21 

22 


I 
I 


3 — 
3 — 




2 

2 


Eben r Holloday 
Jeremiah Mimell 


25 
27 


I 
I 


3 — 
2. 11 






Haynes French 


28 


I 


2. 8 






James Mimell 


H 


I 


3 — 







Received of Israel Morey Esq r the above fire arms as numbered and 
appraised in the above colums for the service above mentioned 

Orford March 9th 1776. 

Benj a Whitcomb 2 L* 
Sam 1 Young Lieu* 

Copy ex a J Gilman 



282 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 





No Arms 


Fire Arms 
bayonets 


Price 


bayonet 
belts 


Price 


Names 






£ 








John Bishop 


3 2 


I 


3 


I 


6s 


Kings Arm 


Uriah Morse 


3° 


I 


3 


I 


6 


Ditto 


Cyrus Baily 


3 1 


I 


3 


I 


6 


Ditto 


Richard Bedel 


29 


I 


3 


I 


b 


Ditto 


L* Sam 1 Young 


33 


I 


3 






Musket 



S Young 

Rec d the above five fire arms & did the first four to the above named 
John Bishop Uriah Morse Cyrus Baily and Rich d Bedel and agree that 
they shall be accounted for as above said 

Samuel Young 
Jn° Martin 501, Kings arm ) 
London New York j 

Danl Wentworth N° 82 — 
Amount of the price of Fire Arms — 
The Amount of the price of Bayonet Belts &c 



1—3 — 1- 
1 — 1.15.0- 



■2S 



£45.14.0 
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£47.10.0 



[2-24] 



\_Captai?z Sct77iuel Young' 's Cluster Roll.^\ 



A Muster Roll of Cap 1 Samuel Young's Company in Col Timothy 
Bedels Regiment now in the service of the United Colonies, Montreal 
Comm Dg 

April 15 th 1776. — 



X \.\IKS. 


age 


Station. 


Place of Abode 


Sums Paid 








£ S D 


Samuel Young 


28 


Captain 
1 Lieutenant 
2 d ditto 
Ensign 


Gunthwait 




Richard Minchin 


31 


Serjeant 


Coos 


4. 8- 


John Palmer 


22 


Corporal 


New Haven 


4. 4 — 


Patrick Brislina 


28 


Private 


Boston 


4-- 


Ebenezer Coburn 


31 


ditto 


Boston 




Charles Dorathy 


2S 


ditto 


New York 


4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



283 



NAMES. 


age 


Station. 


Place of Abode 


Sums Paid 










£ S D 


James Hooper 


^9 


Private 


New Haven 


4 


Joseph Hadley 


19 


d° 


Coos 


4 


Robert Holland 


21 


d° 


Hampstead 


4 


Eliphalet Hibbard 


27 


d c 


Windham 




Peter Johns 


23 


d° 


New London 


4 


Jacob Kent 


21 


d° 


Weare 




Abraham Kimball 


20 


d° 


Weare 


4 


Thomas Wilson 


M 


d° 


Nine Partners 




John Wheaton 


2^ 


d° 


New York 


4 — — " 


Edward Wade 


21 


d° 


White Creek 




John Mitchell 


20 


d° 


Morristown 


4 


Thomas Miller 


^8 


d° 


New York 


4 


Henry M c Can 


24 


d° 


Pollet * 


4 


Archibald M c Mullen 


29 


d° 


New York 


4 


Robert Proctor 


21 


d° 


New York 




Edmund Robinson 


4 1 


d° 


New York 


4 


Lewis Sealia 


27 


d° 


New York 


4 — — 


John Treadwell 


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4 


Edward Thomas 


24 


d° 


New York 




John Gardinear 


2^ 


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Kender Hook 


4 


James Derry 


2^ 


Drummer 


New Lebanon 


4 


Thomas Hunt 


28 


Private 


German Flatts 


4 


Thomas Fitzgerald 


24 


ditto 


New York 


4 







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I Do hereby Certify on Honour that the Commissioned and Non 
Comissioned Officers and Privates who appeared this day under arms, in 
my Company are really and Bonafide engaged in the service of the 

* Pawlet, Vt. 



284 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

United Colonies from the 15 th day of April Instant to receive pay accord- 
ing to the Rank they hold in this Roll. — 

Sam 1 Young Cap* 

Montreal 26 th April 1776. — Received of Col Tim Bedel Twenty seven 
firelocks at Forty-eight shillings apeice and one drum at thirty shillings 
for the use of the within Men and which were delivered to them. — 

Thomas Hibbard, Adj* 

Garrison of Montreal April 25 th 1776 Mustered in Cap 1 Youngs Com- 
pany in Col Bedels Regiment now in the service of the united States, 
one Captain, one Serjeant one Corporal one drummer and twenty five 
Privates. — * 

Jacob Ashmead Mus Mas* Pro Tern 

Montreal 25 th April 1776. Received of Col Tim Bedel the sum of 
seventy nine pounds fifteen shillings for Bounty and Blanket money for 
the within mustered men they not being mustered by Col Morey and 
also for Joseph Sleeper he being mustered in another Roll. — 

Samuel Youngf. — 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



287 



[2— 26] \_Lists of Men in the several Companies in Col. BedeVs Regi- 
ment, June 24., 1776. .] 

A List of Cap* Samuel Youngs Company in Colonel Timothy Bedels 
Regiment. — 



Samuel Young Captain 
Benjamin Whitcomb 1 Lieu* 
Nathaniel Wales 2 d d° 
Frye Bailey — Ensign 
Richard Minchin Serjeant 
Josiah Burnham d° 
Enoch Hall d° 



Jonathan Sanders Serjeant 
James Deny Drummer 
Joseph Fifield Corporal 
Jn° Calfe ditto 

Jacob Kent d° 

Jn° Palmer d° 



Jn° Bishop 
Joseph Sleeper 
Zebulon Hunt 
Sam 1 M c Duffee 
W ra Flanders 
Uriah Morse 
Jere Merril 
Fortune Negro 
Billy Gray 
Robert Davis 
Benja Blackman 
Nathan Caswell 
Archibald Harvey Jun r 
Stephen Ward 
Richard Sanborn 
Jacob Bedel 
Solomon Cleveland 
Samuel Gilman 
David Greenleafe 
Thomas Newman 
Timothy Bay ley 
David Ladd 
Josiah Elkins 
W m Wheatly 
Jn° Sanders 



Privates. 

Thomas Manchester 
Asa Bayley 
Ebenezer Holliday 
James Rider 
James Merril 
Hains French 
Daniel Bishop 
Daniel Wentworth 
Jn° Martin 
Patrick Brilina 
Ebenezer Colburru^- 
Charles Dorothy 
James Hooper 
James Wheaton 
Edward Wade 
Jn° Mitchel 
Thomas Miller 
Henry M c Kan 
Archibald M c Mullen 
Robert Procter 
Edmund Robinson 
Jn° Treble 
Lewis vSelia 
Edward Thomas 
Jn° Gardinear 



Thomas Hunt 
Tho s Fitzgerald 
Jn° Hodgdon Junior 
Jn° Treadwell 
Samuel Bennett 
Samuel Kentfield 
George Mitchel 
W Tm Hand 
Joshua Bedel 
Henry Palmer 
Obed Sanders 
Richard Bedel 
Cyrus Bayley 
Joseph Hadley 
Robert Holland 
Eliphalet Hibbard 
Peter Johns 
Abraham Kimbal 
Thomas Wilson 
Joseph Dennett 
Michael Bowler 
Lucius Knight 
Benj a Sm alley 
James Rose 



A List of Cap* Event's Company in Colonel Bedels Regiment. - 



Edward Everit Captain 
Ebenezer Chamberlain i st Lieu* 
Joseph Thurber — 2 d Lieu* 
Amos Webster — Ensign 



George Moor Serjeant 
W m Tarlton ditto 
John Taylor ditto 
Paul Wells Serjeant 






288 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Jn° Coolcy Corporal 
Jn° Fi field ditto 

Jonathan Clark ditto 



Benj a Rawlins ditto 
George Everett Drummer 



Pj'ivates. 



Benj a Sawyer 
George Graig 
Peter Lurvey 
Ephraim Collins 
Levi Collins 
David Sleeper 
Ichabod Collins 
Samuel Allen 
Sterling Heath 
Andrew Craig 
Samuel Hodge 
David Hodge 
W m Cotton 
Isaac Smith 
Michael Clark 
James Ramsey 
Thomas Pitts 
Edward Kendal 
Moses Smart 
Nehemiah Snow 

A List of men engaged in Cap* Wilkins Company in Canada. — 

Benjamin Heath Elijah Blodget James Hardy 

George Capee J onn Lapish Adonijah Holden 

John French Ward Thurston William Simpson 

Samuel Wallace Robert Bartley 

A List of men Engaged in Cap* Estabrooks Company in Canada. — 



Edward Evans 
Joseph Hobart 
Nathaniel Webster 
Noadiah Lund 
Jn° Brown 
Peter Mallery 
Theodore Dam 
Aaron Hand 
David Flanders 
Nicholas Davis 
Samuel Shaw 
Eph Chamberlain 
Lemuel Meder 
Eben r Blodget 
James Moulton 
Thomas Lucas 
Robert Kenady 
Jn° Hodgdon 
Roswel Woodworth 



Ezekiel Keyes 
Stephen Keyes 
Jonathan Edes 
David Nevins jun r 
Isaac Powers 
David Nevins 
Ezra Gates 
Ezra Gates Jun r 
Stephen Gates 
Jacob Gates 
Nath 1 Bordeen 
James Barnes 
Joseph Leavitt 
Nath 1 Chamberlain 
Job Judkins 
Joseph Wheat 
Jn° Roberts 
Nahum Powers 
David Craig 



Timothy Curtis 
Israel Olmstead 
Joseph Libbey 
Jn° Haseltine 
Thomas Caperen 
Samuel Serjeants 
John Waters 
George Kentfield 



Jonathan Dresser 
Robert Paul 
Silvanus Owen 
J n° Kennady 
Oliver Hand 
Thomas Piper 
Duncan M c Gregor 



Stephen Bethel 
Henry Luttington 
Jonathan Richardson 
Jonathan Walker 
Enos Bishop 
Moses Luttington 
Philip Grapes 



[2-27] 

A List of Cap* James Osgoods Company in Col 1 Timothy Bedels Reg- 
iment Cedars. — 



James Osgood Cap* 
Samuel Fowler i 8t Lieu* 



Jn° Webster 2 d Lieu* 
Charles Hill Ensign 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



289 



Rich d Hazen Osgood Serf 
Jeremiah Abbott Serj* 
Stephen Webster Serj* 
Hubbard Carter ditto 



Edward Carleton Corporal 
Benj a Webster d° 

Joshua Danford ditto 
Robert Colbourn d° 



Simon Stevens 
Caleb Willard 
Benjamin Sawyer 
Jn° Robinson 
James Foye 
W m Fahey 
Joseph Basford 
William Hopkins 
Richard Pangborn 
Charles Abbot 
Nathaniel Walker 
Timothy Foss 
Joseph Fellows 
Joseph Hardnay 
Jn° Hardnay 
Sam 1 Danford 
Joseph Lund 
Joseph Giles 
Ezra Abbott 
Elias Abbott 
Benjamin Fifield 
William Simonds 
Joseph Cass 
Nason Cass 
Benj a M c Allester 
Wells [torn oft]. 
Edw [torn off]. 

A List of the men 
Bedel's Regiment. — 



John [torn off]. 
[Torn oft'.] 
James Basford 
Reuben Middletown 
Christopher Hinkley 
Daniel Young 
Noah Paine 
Ezekiel Eastman 
Philip Abbott 
Asael Spalding 
Matthew Peck 
Jonathan Brown 
Titus Freeman 
Missey Mitchel 
Barnabas Hagetee 
Jacob Vandewort 
Jn° Smith 
James Murphy 
Elisha Spears 
W m Bentley 
Matthew Occum 
Nathan Kinsman 
Richard Smart 
Eben r Lather 
Wiant June 
Thomas Carne — 



Jeremiah Smith 
Jn° Blackman 
Benj a Kenneston 
Dan 1 Chandler 
Sam 1 Dyer 
Jn° Thompson 
Dan 1 M c Cillip 
Eliphalet Vesee 
Ja s Robinson 
W m Lock 
Jn° Clarke 
Aaron Putney 
Winthrop Clark 

[Four names are torn 

oft:] 

William Cutler 
Joshua Spear 
Joseph Kingsbury 
Caleb Colton 
Charles Scott 
Samuel Kingsbury 
Amasa Wright 
Elisha Baxter 
Jn° Wait 



in Cap* Ebenezer Greens Comp y in Col Timothy 



Ebenezer Green Captain 
John White i 6t Lieu 4 
Benjamin Grant 2 d Lieut 
Benjamin Chamberlain Ensi^ 
Joel Foster Q^M Serj* 
Joel Woodsworth Serjeant 
Abiel Stevens ditto 



Isaac Preston Serjeant 
Moses Head Corporal 
Daniel Hustin ditto 
;n Ephraim Skinner d° 
John Hinkson d° 
W m Bell Drummer 
Amos Rich Fifer 



Shubal Cross 
David Chamberlain 
Benjamin Howard 
24 



Privates. 

[Torn] Thompson 
[A few more names 
torn off.] 



Samuel Barnham 
Nathaniel Rogers 
Abner Chamberlain 



290 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Stephen Pelham 
Zcbulon Gay 
Joseph Hatch 
Nathan Stark 
[Torn] Stewart 
W m Stark 
[Torn] Grant 
[Torn] Ames 
Nath 1 Fellows 
Thomas M c Ketch 
Anthony Rowe 
David Sarjeants 
David Rich 
Benjamin Smith 
Christopher Keyes 
[Torn] Bishop 
Nathaniel West 
Samuel Eaton 



John He iron 
Ebenezer Hall 
Thomas Danford 
Stephen Webster 
Samuel Chace 
Allen Hacket 
Joseph Chandler 
Israel Glines 
Jn° Glines 
Moses Chandler 
Aretas Chandler 
Moses Head Jun* 
Jn° Rowe 
W Tra Hilton 
Samuel Toppum 
W m Vettum 
Jonathan Qiiimby 
Samuel Galusha 



Joseph Skinner 

Moses Danford 

Moses Duty 

Sewal Chapen 

Jn° Martin 

Frederick Obrey 

Ebenezer Mattoon 

Alexander Shuldhus 

Archibald Flarvey 

Elias Chamberlain 

Simon Gillet 

John Evans 

Jonathan Philbrook 

Pearl}- Rogers 

Christopher Spring- 
street 

[A few more names 
torn off.] 



Garrison Montreal April 25 ,h 1776 Mustered the foregoing Company's 
Viz Cap* Greens, Osgood's, Event's Youngs Easterbrooks and Wilkins's 
in Col Bedels Regiment now in the service of the united Colonies agrea- 
ble to the aforegoing Lists. — 

Jacob Ashmead Muster Master 
A Copy Pro Tern. 

Attest 
Thomas Hibbard Adj* in Col Bedel's Reg*— 

Isle aux Noix June 24 th 1776. This is to Certify that all the men 
mustered at Montreal were all equipt with arms, and received their boun- 
ty one months advance pay and a Blanket Each. The reason of this 
certificate is that the muster rolls with other papers during Col Bedels 
absence were left with me at the Cedars, and during the time of the 
seige to save them from falling into the Enemies hands I deposited them 
said papers with some of my own behind the ceiling of the room I lived 
in, but the Fort being taken I never had any oppertunity to get them, 
being within the Enemies lines, so imagine they remain there to this 
day, all which I declare upon honour. — 



To whom it may Concern 
Copy — I G — 



Tho 9 Hibbard Adj* 



[2-28] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 
[Absentees. Bedel's Regiment. ~\ 



291 



Return of Absentees Belonging to Col Bedel's Regiment Ticonderoga 
22 d July 1776. 



Names. 


Comp. 


Age. 


Place of Abode. 


Left 
when. 


From what place. 


Eliphalet Vezey 




2 5 


Stratham 


Feb. 4 




John Thompson 




26 


Berwick 


Mar 10 




David McKillop 


w 


27 


Henri ca 


14 




James Robinson 





28 


Pembroke 


12 




William Lock 


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22 


Bath 


22 




John Clark 


B'O 


J 9 


New Chester 


17 




Aaron Putney 


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20 


Dunbarton 


15 




Winthrop Clough 


c 


23 


Henri ca 


16 




John Blackman 


j3 bo 


2 5 




Apr. 20 


Montreal 


Elihu Baxter 


a, 


26 


Norwich [Vt] 






John Hoit 


U 




Grafton 






Jeremiah Satchell ) 
Daniel Gates \ 


Carlisle's 


40 


Swanzey 


June 29 


Crown Point 


28 


Putney [Vt.] 


29 


Crown Point 


Matthew Miller \ 
Hugh Miller J 


Waite's 


35 


Fairlee [Vt.] 


May 27 


Sorell 


40 


Newbury [Vt.] 


27 


Do. 


Amos Ames 




21 


Norwich 


6 


Quebec retreat 


David Rich 




20 


Strafford 


6 


Do 


Samuel Burnham 


6 

u 


3° 




6 


Do 


Ebenezer Hall 


JP 


30 


Tamworth 


28 


Sorell 


Stephen Webster 


c 


32 


Tamworth 


28 


Sorell 


Samuel Chace 


<D 


28 


Tamworth 


28 


Sorell 


Joseph Chandler 


O 


22 


Moultonborough 


28 


Sorell 


William Vittum 


.£ 


24 


Tamworth 


28 


Sorell 


Shubael Cross 




28 


Orford 


July 18 


Ticonderoga 


John Martin 


nS 


33 


Mooretown 


r 3 


Crown Point 


Sgt George Moore ) 


U 


35 


Haverhill 


15 


Crown Point 


Peter Lurvey / 


Everett's 


38 


Piermont 


16 


Ticonderoga 


Theodore Dam ) 


28 


Orford 


20 


Do 


Thomas Newman ) 




3° 


Bath 


15 


Crown Point 


Jacob Kent > 


Young's 


21 


West Jerseys 


15 


Do 


Josiah Elkins ; 




3° 


Haverhill 


15 


Do 


Elisha Flowers 


Estabrook's 


2 3 


Winchester 


May 20 


Montreal 



N. B. Cap* Osgoods Men mentioned above never joined the Reg* 
only Blackman — Samuel Dyer, Benjamin Kenningstone, and Daniel 
Chandler who are not returned among the absentees were left sick on 
the Road. I have since heard that several of my men mentioned above 
have Inlisted again into the Continental Army — 

James Osgood Cap* 

[Captain James Osgood was of Conway, Captain Daniel Carlisle 
of Westmoreland, Captain Jason Wait of Alstead, Captain Ebenezer 



292 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Green of Lyme, Captain Edward Everett of Rumney, Captain Sam- 
uel Young of Lisbon, then Concord, Captain Joseph Estabrook of 
Hollis, and Captain Daniel Wilkins of Amherst. — Ed.] 



[2-29] [ Colonel Bedel's Regiment. Miscellaneous Receipts, 1776.^ 

This day received of Col Timothy Bedel the sum of Twelve Pounds 
Lawful Money for the Support of my Company in their march to Haver- 
hill in Coos — 

Received by me — James Osgood Cap* 

Feb y 26 th 1776. — 

Charlestown March 28 th 1776. Received of James Osgood Nine dol- 
lars on account of my advance pay as a Soldier in the Continental Ser- 
vice as witness my hand — Titus Freeman 
Received the within of Col Bedel. — 

James Osgood. — 

Charlestown March 28 th 1 77^* — Received of James Osgood Nine 
Pounds ten shillings L M as bounty & advance pay and Blanket as to 
serve in the Continental Service in said Osgoods Comp y as witness our 
hands — Caleb Willard 

Simon Stevens 
March 28 th 1776— Rec d the within of Col Bedel.— 

James Osgood 

New Haven April 7 th day 1776 

Received of Colonel Bedel four Pounds fifteen Shillings for the Ex- 
pence of the baggage I say received by me Joseph Skinner 

Saint John's April 5 th 1776. — Received of Col Tim Bedel Four 
Pounds fifteen Shillings each for bounty & one months advance Pay and 
Blanket Money. his 

Witness our hands. — John Smith. — Elisha Spears. — Barnabas X Haget- 

his mark 

tee. — James Murphy. — Winant X Junet. — Jacob Van Dan Vart. — Mat- 

his mark 

thew Holcomb. — Thomas X Carney. — John Beckme. — 

mark 

Copy Attest 

Thomas Hibbard 

Colchester Sep 1 14 th 1776. — 

Colonel Timothy Bedel to Stephen Lawrence — D r To one battoe dam- 
aged in the service of his Regiment by damaging Sails & rigging and 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 293 

destroying of 5 Oars prized at three Pounds New York Currency. — £3. 
— the above is justly charged & due to me. — 

Received the above in full per me. — Stephen Lawrence 

Copy 

Albany Octo. 14 th 1776.— Received of Col Tim Bedel the sum of 
Ten Pounds one shilling L Money Received p r me for which I am 
acccountable. 

Copy Abner Barker — 

Mount Independance Nov r 6 th 1776- — Received of Cap* James Osgood 
Two Pounds Lawful money as a bounty for 'listing a Soldier in his 
Company — 

Richard Pangborn. — 

£2 — Received the within of Col Timothy Bedel 

Copy James Osgood 

[2-30] 

Charlestown Feb y 24 th 1776 Received of Jn° Bellows Esq r Twenty 
one Guns with Bayonets also twenty one belts, the Guns a 45/ and the 
belts (a) 5 / each. If not returned to be accounted for according to the 
Custom of the Army. — 

Dan 1 Carlisle Captain of Col Bedels Regiment 

Charlestown February 24 th 1776 Rec d of John Bellows Esquire Five 
pounds five shillings & Seven pence for the Travel of Forty five Men of 
-my Company to the place of mustering — 

P r m e Dan 1 Carlisle 

Copy ex d J Gilman 

Charlestown Feb y 24 th 1776 Rec d of John Bellows Esq r four pounds 
Six Shillings & one penny for the travel of fourty nine men of my Com- 
pany to the place of Mustering per me Jason Wait Cap* in Col Bedels 
Regm* 

^Charlestown March 11 th 1776 Received of John Bellows Esq r One of 
the Muster Masters of Col Bedel's Regiment in the Northern Continen- 
tal Army six pounds Lawful Money for eight Blankets & Sixteen like 
money for Eight mens billet 

Isaac Butterfield Major 

Charlestown March 12 th 1776 Rec d of John Bellow Esq r One pound 
twelve shillings & eight Lawful Money for two Blankets and Billet for 
two men in Cap* Waits Company & in Col Bedels Regm* 

Isaac Butterfield Maj r 



294 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Lebanon March 25 th 1776 Received of Charles Hill twenty Dollars 
for bounty & Advance pay which I will be Accountable for 

John Hoit 

[ 2 -3 1] 

Orford 29 th February 1776 — 

Received of Israel Morey Esq r Twelve pounds as two months advance 
pay also one pound seventeen shillings and six pence for ration money I 
say received by me — the ration money is for sixty days (a> y£ d per day — 

£12 Augustus Hibbard Chaplain 

1. 17. 6 



£13.17.6 Copy ex J Gilman 

Received of John Bellows Esq r in his capacity as joint Paymaster to 
Col Bedels Regiment Twenty four pound Money being two months 
advance pay — per me Joseph Wait Lieu 1 Colonel 

Copy ex d J Gilman 

March 22 d 1776 — Received of John Bellows Esq 1- one of the Muster 
Masters of Col Bedel's Regiment Twenty pounds being two months 
wages Isaac Butterfield Major 

Copy ex d J Gilman 

Orford 22 d February 1776 

Received of Israel Morey Twenty three pounds L M 7 it being two 
months advance wages to each of us, Surgeon & Surgeon's mate of Colo- 
nel Bedels Regiment — 

Received per us — Abner Barker. — 
George Eager. — 
Copy ex d J Gilman 



[2-3 2 ] 

Received March 1, 1776, of Israel Morey Esq r Ten pounds of brown 
Sugar Four pounds Coffee, twelve pounds Chocolate & Sixteen pounds 
Loaf Sugar with two bags for the same which I received for the use of 
the Hospital belonging to Col Bedels Regiment 

George Eager Surgeon 
Sugar 8. Coffee 1/6. Chocolate fa ? - 2/ ) « g 
Loaf Sugar (a) 1/6. Bags 2s ) '■ 

Copy J. Gilman 

Col Morey, Sir I should be glad you would muster all the Men that 
Charles Hilf brings to you, and furnish them with provision to march by 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



295 



the way of Masisqua Bay as soon as possible and supply him with every 
necessary he shall want, I have let him have £12.0.0 and should be glad 
you would let him have as much more as he wants for the use of the 
Service, from your humble servant 

Tim Bedel 

N B Cap' Osgood sent your mare home by M r Hill and he says he will 
settle with you when he comes back. — 
For Col Israel Morey \ 
At Orford.— J 



[ 2- 33] [Officers' Receipt. Bedel's Regiment. ~\ 

Orford 8 th March 1776 
We acknowledge that we have rec d of Israel Morey Esq r the Several 
Sums prefix'd to our names being 60 days Rations begin s the 22 d Jan y 
rec d of s d Morey as P. Masf to Colonel Bedels Reg* 





Rations 


days 






Timothy Bedel Coll 


6a 3-r 


9 


60 


£n. 5-o 


Timy Bedel 


James Osgood Cap. 


3-ij 


io£ 


60 


5.12.6 


James Osgood 


Ebenr Green Capt 


3- IS 


io£ 


60 


5.12.6 


Ebenr Green 


John White Lieutt 


2- IS 


3 


60 


3- I 5-~ 


Jno White 


Thos Hibbard Adjt 


2- IS 


3 


60 


3-!5-- 


Thos Hibbard 


Geo Eager Sn Mate 


2- IS 


3 


60 


3-i 5-~ 


Geo Eager 


Sam Young Lieut 


2- IS 


3 


60 


3- I 5-" 


Sam Young 


Benj Whitcomb 2d do 


2- IS 


3 


60 


3- T 5-- 


Benj Whitcomb 


Nathl Wales Qr Mr 


2- IS 


3 


60 


3- T 5-- 


Nat Wales 


Amos Webster Ensn 


2 




60 


3-!5-- 


Amos Webster 


Abner Barker Surgn 


2 




60 


3- J 5-- 


Abner Barker 


Benj Chamberlin Ensn 


2 




60 


3- T 5-- 


Benj Chamberlin 


Augne Hibbard Chapln 


I 




60 


1.17.6 


Per Rect with Advance Wages 


Eben Chamberlin Lt 


2 




60 


3- J 5-- 


Eben Chamberlin 


Jos. Thurber 2d do 


2 




60 


3- : 5 


Jos. Thurber 


Nathl Wales Ensn 


2 




60 


3- l S-~ 


Nat Wales 


Saml Fowler Lieut 


2 




60 


3- l S 


Saml Fowler 


John Webster 2d do 


2 




60 


3- T 5-- 


John Webster 


Edw Everitt Capt 


3 is ioh 


60 


5.12.6 


Edwd Everitt 


Cha Hill Ensign 


2 




60 


3-I5-- 


Cha Hill 




£86. 5.0 




Benj Grant 2d Lieut 


2 IS 


3 


60 


3-i5 






^90. 0.0 





Rec d of Israel Morey One pound Seventeen Shillings & Six pence for 
Sixty days rations (a) 7J d Per day 



March 1, 1776 
Benj a Grant 2 d U in Cap Greens C c 



296 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

March 16 th 1776 

Rec d thirty Seven Shillings & six pence for Sixty days Rations of 
Lieut Benj Grant omitted when said Grant took the other 

Eben r Green 
Copy ex d J Gil man 



[2-34] \Return of Officers in Col. Badger 's Regiment of Militia, 

i 77 6.-\ 

A Return of the Officers Belonging to the Tenth Regiment of militia 
within the Colony of Newhampshire Commanded by Joseph Badger 
Esq, as follows (viz) 

Field Officers 

Joseph Badger Esq — Colonel Bradbury Richardson Esq second 

Ebenezer Smith Esq Lieu 1 Colonel major 

Vacant First Major 

First Company in Gilmanton — Officers 

Nathaniel Willson Captain Daniel Stevens second Lieutenant 

Joseph Philbrick, First Lieutenant Jonathan Clark Ensign 

Second Company in Wolfeborough 
not vet Returned 



Third Company in Sanbornton Officers 

Chase Taylor Captain Jacob Smith second Lieutenant 

Josiah Sanborn First Lieutenant James Gibson Ensign 

Fourth Company in meredith Officers 

Joshua Crockitt Captain William Ray second Lieutenant 

John Kimball First Lieutenant Robert Bryant Ensign 

Fifth Company in Barnstead Officers 

Richard Sinkler Captain Samuel Pittman second Lieutenant 

Jonathan Emerson First Lieutenant Benjamin Nutter Ensign 

Sixth Company in moultonborough Officers 

Nathaniel Ambrose Captain William Plaistead second Lieutenant 

John Adams First Lieutenant Joseph Richardson Ensign 

Seventh Company in New Durham Officers 

Robert Boody Captain Thomas French second Lieutenant 

Shadrack Allan! First Lieutenant John Glidden Ensign 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 297 

Eighth Company in Sandwich Officers 

Daniel Beede Jr Captain Josiah Bean second Lieutenant 

Joshua Prescott First Lieutenant Jacob Weed Ensign 

Ninth Company in Middletown. Vacant 

Tenth Company in Wakefield Vacant 

Eleventh Company in Leavittstown Vacant 

twelfth Company in Gilmanton Officers 

John Moody Captain Simeon Bean second Lieutenant 

Samuel Ladd First Lieutenant Noah Dow Ensign — 

Thirteenth Company in Tamworth Officers 

Stephen Mason Captain John Fowler second Lieutenant 

Jonathan Choat First Lieutenant Jonathan Burgees Ensign 

Fourteenth Company in the Gore Officers 

Joseph Roberts Captain John Glidden second Lieutenant 

Ephraim Chamberlain First Lieu- Timothy Davis Ensign 
tenant 

Dated at Gilmantown 

March 5 th A : D : 1776 — 

Joseph Badger Colonel 

To The Honorable the Council and House of Representatives for the 
Colony of New Hampshire — 



[2-35] [ Col. Bellows' s Return of Officers in 16th Regiment, March 

Agreeable to a Vote Passed in Congress at Exeter Jan 7 4 th 1776 — 
I herewith make return of the Commissioned Officers of the Several 
Companys in the Sixteenth Regiment of Militia in the Colony of New 
Hampshire 

I st Comp y in Charlestown, Abel Walker Captain, Samuel Wetherbe 
i 8t Lieu* James Farnsworth 2 d Lieu 4 , Bradstreet SpafFord Ensign — 

2 d Company in Walpole Christopher Webber Cap* John Janison I st 
Lieut Levi Hooper 2 d D° Ebenezer Swan Ensign — 

3 d Comp y in Alsted Nathaniel Satwell Prentice Captain, Andrew 
Beckwith I st Lieu* Edward Waldo 2 d D° Oliver Shepherd Ensign — 

4 th Comp y in Claremont Oliver Ashley Cap* Samuel Ashley i B * Lieut 
Asa Jones 2 d D° Lemuel Hubbard Ensign— 



298 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

5 th Comp y in New Port, Samuel Hurcl Captain, Jesse Wilcocks I st 
Lieu 1 Ezra Pamele z d D° Jesse Lane Ensign — 

6 th Comp y in Marlow Samuel Canficld Cap 1 Ruel Royse I st Lieu' Will- 
iam Reed 2 d D° Eber Lewis Ensign — 

7 th Comp- v in Acworth, William Kyse Captain, Samuel Harper i 8t 
Lieu 1 John Rogers 2 d D° 

8 th Company in Lemster William Cary Captain, Samuel Nichols I st 
Lieu 1 Silas Bingham 2 d D° Jabez Beckwith Ensign — 

9 th Comp y in Unity Nathaniel Huntoon Captain, Amos Chase I st Lieu* 
Moses Thirston 2 d D° Simeon Giddens Ensign — 

10 th Comp y in Saville, Samuel Gunison Captain, Benjamin Thurber 
I st Lieu 1 William Lang 2 d D° George Lear Ensign — 

Benj a Bellows Jun r Colonel 
Walpole March 15 th 1776 — 

To the Hon ble Council or Assembly of the Colony of New Hampshire 
at Exeter — 



[2-36] \_Dover Soldiers in Continental Army, 1776. ~\ 

A List of the Soldiers Names that went out of Dover Last Summer 
into the Continental army & that has Enlisted there the present season 

Joseph Richardson Cheney Smith 

Thomas Meader Daniel Young 

Daniel Hodgdon andrew anderson 

Thomas Tolley William Evely 

Zoth Henderson Phinehas Wentworth 

Benjamin Roberts Jr Jon a Horn 

Phebeus Holden W m Bell 

Edward Dearborn Eb r Horn 

James Horn J omi Hanson 

John PI am Sam 1 Gerrish J r 

Nat Watson Jon" Whitehouse 

Josiah Folsom Amos Howard Jun r 

The above men belonged in Cap*Titcomb & Cap 1 Wentworths Comp 78 

& the Colony pole Tax Two Shillings & Three pence Each which 

amounts to fifty Seven Shillings & Six pence which Sum you 11 please to 

allow John B m Hanson out of the hundred pounds our Town has to pay 

to the Colony 

Tohn Kielle ) c , , 

o 1 tt j t Selectmen. 

Samuel Head j 

Dover april 22 1776 — 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[ Concord Men in Continental Army, 1776. ~] 



299 



[2-37] 

Concord Feb 7 26 th 1776 

A return of those Men who were in the Continental Army last year 
and have engaged to tarry the present year, and the amount of their Poll 
Tax in the Colony Rate last year- 



Jeremiah Abbott 
Nath 1 C Abbott 
John Kinkson 
William Straw 
Andrew Stone 
William Walker 
Nath 1 Eastman Jun r 
Moses Hall 



Tim Walker J r 
Benj a Emery 



£0. 2. 2 
o. 2. 2 
o. 2. 2 
o. 2. 2 
o -2 -2 
o -2 -2 

O -2 -2 
O -2 -2 

£0-17-4 

Select Men 
of Concord 



[2-38 & 39] 



[Captain Nathan Brown's Co.~] 



A Return of Soldiers in Cap* Nathan Browns company in Col David 
Gilmans regiment muster'd & paid by Nich Gilman at the Several 
peripds hereafter mentioned. — 



1776 














April 10" 


James Brewster 


2. 





Edward Bean d° 


2. 


4 




John Aiken 


2. 





Josiah Bean 


2. 







Joshua Blodget 


2. 





Simon Norton (fifer 


2. 


4 




Zack D 


2. 





Phillip Fowler 








EbenezerM c Ilvaine 2. 





(Drummer) 


2. 


4 




John Willson 


2. 





Reuben Hall 


2. 







Daniel M c Ilvaine 


2. 





Benj a Hoit 


2. 







Timothy Malloone 


2. 





Zachriah Butterfielc 


2. 







John Todd 


2. 





Jacob Lane 


2. 







James Mann Serg* 


2. 


8 


Samuel Lane 


2. 







Samuel patterson 


2. 





William Shannon 


2. 







Joseph Mathes 


2. 





TheophilusLovering2. 







Robert Houston 


2. 





Winthrop French 


2. 







Hugh Mathes 


2. 





Josiah Gorden 


2. 





April n th 


Moses Cass 


2. 





Benj a Whittier 


2. 







Benj a Cass 


2. 





Hugh Crombie 


2. 







Zack Frees 


2. 


April 


12 th Eleazer Ferguson 


2. 







Nathan prescut 


2. 





Benj a Swain 


2. 







Thomas Fernald 


2. 





Nathan Blake 


2. 






300 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Wadleigh Smith 

Elisha Tovvl 

Theo : Stevens 

Enoch Osgood 

David Robinson 

John Shannon 

Jonathan Randall 

John Lane (Serg 1 ) 2. 

Matthew Bryant 
Serg* 2. 

David Perkins d° 2. 

John Lane Corpo- 
ral 2. 

Timothy Jew ill d° 2. 



1 6 th 
17 th 



Nath : Blasdel 
Jedutham Fairer 
James M c Farland 
Edward Moody 
Moses French 
Thomas Rowell 
David Hunt 
Josiah Blake 
Jeremiah Rawlins 
John Archibald 
Samuel Cate 
Thomas Rollings 
Joseph Judkins 
James Sanborn 



Received per Order of Comm e of Safety — 

For John Whidden 2. o For Samuel Whidden 

For Jonathan Woodman 2. o For Jn° Whidden Jun r 

— rec'd of James Mann) 

20 th Jonathan Miller 2. o James Byons 

Timothy Gleeson 2. o Timothy Wamouth 

p d the officers as per recipt 



2. 


O 


2. 


O 


2. 


O 


2. 


O 


2. 


O 


2, 


O 


2. 


O 


2. 


O 


2. 


O 


2. 


O 


2. 


O 


2. 


O 


2. 


O 


2. 


O 


2. 


O 


2. 


O 


2. 


O 


2. 


O 



Return of the forgoing made July 4 th 1776 my Time and Ex- 
pence mustering and paying the above forgoing Company- 



£144.12 

£157.12 
2.10 



£160. 2. o 

Exeter April 10 th 1776 Receiv'd of Nicholas Gilman four pounds 
Lawfull money in full for one months advance Wages. 
£4. James Aiken 

Exeter April 11 th 1776 Receiv'd of Nicholas Gilman Six pounds 
Lawfull money in full for one months advance Wages — 
£6 Nathan Brown 

Exeter April n lh 1776 Receiv'd of Nicholas Gilman Three pounds 
Lawfull money in full for one months advance Wages — 
£3 Thomas Gorden 

april y e 11 th 1776 

the following is a List of a. number of men Shown to me by L* James 
aken of Cap 1 Browns Company which he Say were not mustered at Ex- 
eter — Viz 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



SOI 



John Whidden 
Jonathan woodman 



Bv me 



Sam 11 Whidden 
John Whidden Ju r 

David Gilman Col 



In Committee of Safety April 11 th 1776 — 

To Nich 8 Gilman Esq r 

you are desired to pay the above named men — as others you have 
mustered. 

M Weare Chairman 

We the Subscribers do acknowledge that we have Received one 
months advance pay as witness our hands 
April y e 18 th 1776 



John Whidden 
John Whidden Juner 



Jonathan Woodman 
Samuel Whidden 



[The foregoing named company, and the one next following, were 
employed in the defence of Piscataqua harbor. Other companies 
were also employed in Portsmouth, New Castle, and vicinity, at the 
same time, the rolls of which have not been found. — Ed.] 



[2-40] 



[ Captain TimotJiy Clement 's Co.~\ 



A Return of Soldiers in Cap* Timo y Clements Company in Col n David 
Gilmans Regiment Muster'd & paid by Nahum Baldwin at the Several. 
Periods here after Mentioned — 

april 15 1776 



15 Serg* John Blake 

9 D° W m Stewart 
D° Jacob Waldon 
D° Sam 1 Shepard 
Cop 1 Timo y Knocks 
D° Henry Tuexbury 
D° Enoch Coffin 
D° Abner Keyes 
Drum 1 * John Brown 
Fiffer W m Barker 
Priv* Joshua Kindall 
Nathan Abbot 

9 John Sterns 

9 David Fisk 

9 Robart Parker 



2.8.0 


15 


Joseph Bigford 


2.0.0 


2.8.0 


15 


Thomas Storey 


2.0.0 


2.8.0 


15 


Moses Darling 


2.0.0 


2.8.0 


15 


John Chadwick 


2.0.0 


2.4.0 


15 


David Colby 


2.0.0 


2.4.0 


15 


Elijah Smart 


2.0.0 


2.4.0 


15 


Nathan Stevens 


2.0.0 


2.4.0 


15 


Asa Putney 


2.0.0 


2.4.0 


15 


Thomas Putnev 


2.0.0 


2.4.0 


15 


W m Powell 


2.0.0 


2.0.0 


9 


Andrew Bay ley 


2.0.0 


2.0.0 


9 


John Atwell Jun r 


2.0.0 


2.0.0 


9 


Phinas Hardy 


2.0.0 


2.0.0 


9 


Noah Hardy 


2.0.0 


2.0.0 


9 


Richard Goodman 


2.0.0 



302 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



9 Archelon Tovvne Jim r 


2.0.0 


9 


9 Daniel Gould 




2.0.0 


12 


9 Asa Swinerton 




2.0.0 


*3 


9 Jonathan Lyon 




2.0.0 


!3 


9 Edward Lyon 




2.0.0 


!3 


9 Henry Trivet 




2.0.0 


*3 


9 Jonathan Dutton 




2.0.0 


15 


9 Ebene// Odell 




2.0.0 


15 


15 Peter Oilman 




2.0.0 


15 


15 Nathan 1 Martin 




2.0.0 


J 5 


15 Sam 1 Day 




2.0.0 


15 


15 Sam 1 Herbert 




2.0.0 


15 


15 Sam 1 Davis 




2.0.0 


15 


15 Eli Colby 




2.0.0 


l 5 


15 Joseph Sargent 




2.0.0 


15 


15 Moses Clark 




2.0.0 


15 


15 Ezekiel Goodwin 




2.0.0 


15 


15 Jacob Tucker 




2.0.0 


15 


15 W m Powers 




2.0.0 


15 


15 Thomas Stone Jun r 




2.0.0 


15 


15 Eliphelet Conner 




2.0.0 




15 Paid Lieu 1 Nathaniel ] 




15 Paid Ensg n Ebenez* 


Per 


ry 





15 Paid Cap 1 Tim 7 Clements 
Exeter July 4 th 1776 — 



Zepheniah Kittredge 2.0.0 

Stephen Powers 2.0.0 

Richard Hopkins 2.0.0 

Bray Wilkins Jun r 2.0.0 

John Godfree 2.0.0 

W m Baal 2.0.0 

John Evens 2.0.0 

W m Frasher 2.0.0 

Sam 1 Powell 2.0.0 

John Putney 2.0.0 

Amos Silaway 2.0.0 

Henry Clement 2.0.0 

Silas Coolage 2.0.0 

W m Taggart 2.0.0 

Isaac Andrews 2.0.0 

Jacob Flint 2.0.0 

Sam 1 Symonds 2.0.0 

John m c Neale 2.0.0 

Moses Steel 2.0.0 

Percy Pressey 2.0.0 

4.0.0 
3.0.0 
2.0.0 



Nahum Baldwin muster & Paymaster 



[2-41] [Captain Clement's Co. Receipt, ,] 

Extract from Cap 1 Clement's Roll, July 1776. 

We the Subscribers Soldiers in Captain Timothy Clements's Company 
in Col 1 David Gilman's Regiment in the Service of the Colony of New 
Hampshire, do hereby acknowledge to have received of Nicholas Gilman 
Esq r Treasurer of said Colony the several Sums prefixed to our Names, 
being the balance due to us for Wages Cloathing & Travel to the First 
day of July — 1776 inclusive — 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



303 



No 

38 
l6 

22 

29 

3 2 
34 
35 
37 



Names 


Sum 




John M c Neal 


£3. 6. 


3 


John Evans 


3- 3- 


2 


Eli Colby 


3- 4 




Andrew Bayley 


3- J 3 




Nathan Abbot 


3- I 3- 


10 


Robert Parker 


3- ] 3- 





Zepheniah Kitteredge 


3- J 3- 





Moses Steele 


3- 6. 


3 



No 



42 

5 1 

59 
66 

7i 

72 

73 



Names 


Sum 


Silas Cooledge 


£ V 


6.3 


Amos Sillaway 


3- 


=; - 


John Godfrey 


3- 


7-8 


Bray Wilkins 


3- 


7.8 


John Atwell 


3- 


13- 


Phineas Hardy 


3- 


13- 


Noah Hardy 


3- 


13- 


£51. 


18.1 



[2-42] [ Wilton Soldiers, iyy6.~\ 

In obedience to the Honnorable the Provincial Congress of the Colony 
of New Hampshire holden at Exeter December 27, 1775. 

We have taken an Account of the Number of the Soldiers of our 

Town, who served in the Summer past in the Continental Armey, and 

are enlisted there for the year Coming, And there is in Amos Fullers 

Collection, the number of Soldiers Six, The sum of their Rates is Eleven 

Shillings Four Pence and Two Farthings, and in Richerd Whittneys 

Collection, the number of Soldiers Five the sum of their Rates is Nine 

Shillings Five Pence and Miree Farthings. 

r> u •!• o , ~) Selectmen 

Philip Putnam [ ? 

Nathan Ballards I ^ T -,. 

) Wilton 

Wilton March y e 4, 1776. 

The following Persons names are Included above and the Sum of 
their Poll Tax is one Shilling Ten Pence and Three Farthing. Frances 
Putnam, Nathaniel Heseltine, Eben r Carleton, John Varnum, Jeremiah 
Holt, Ebenez r Kingsbury, Christopher Martain, Jonas Perry, Daniel 
Brown, Isrel How, Nuss Sawyer. 

Wilton March y e 4, 1776. 
Then the within named Phillip Putnam & Nathan Ballard Personally 
Appearing made oath that the within is a True Just & Impartial Ace* 
according to the Best of their Memory and Judgment. 
Oath Administered by 

Jacob Abbott Town Clerk 

[Fuller and Whitney were collectors of taxes. This return was 
made to obtain an abatement of the taxes against said men. — Ed.] 



[2-43] [Muster Roll of Captain Joshua Abbott's Co., April, I7y6.~\ 

A Muster Roll of Cap* Joshua Abbotts Comp^ in the Fifth Regim* of 
Foot in the Continental Army April 1776 



304 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Joshua Abbott Capt Engaged Jan y i 8t Present 
Joseph Soper Leiut D° D° 

Abial Chandler Leiut D° D° 

Ephraim Colby Ensign D° D° 

Se?-ja?its 
William Chamberlain Engaged Jan y I st Present 
Andrew Aiken D° D° absent 

Isaac Davis Engaged Dec 21 st Present 

Corporals 
Joseph Gorden Jan y i 8t Present 
Jacob Chamberlin D° D° 
James Mcgrath D° D° 
Seth Spring D° D° 

Drum & Fife 
Sam 11 Pease Sam 11 Beard 




REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



305 



Then Mustered in the Continental Fifth Reg 1 of Foot Commanded by 
Col John Stark and Joshua Abbotts Company the Capt Leiuts 1 & Sec- 
ond Ensign 2 Ser ts 4 Corporals 1 Drumer 1 Fifer and 45 Efective Private 
Men 

Allowing the Commision non Commisioned Officers and Private Men 
to be effective for the inter mediate times as set Down against their Re- 
spectiv Names above Mentioned being Certified Effective on the Back 
of this Roll 

also allowing 1 Ser* & 6 Private Men that are absent to pass undis- 
puted being Certified Effective on the Back of this Roll 



[2-44] [Captain Abbott's Co. Receipt, 1776. ~\ 

New York April 20 th 1776 

We the Subscribers have Rec d of Cap 1 Joshua Abbott the whole of our 
Wages for the Months of February & March for our Service in the Con- 
tinental Army Re d by us 



Joseph Soper L* 
Ephraim Colby Ensign 
Robert Crawford 
Benjamin Nelle 
William Nelle 
Robert Miller 
Abiel Chandler Lieut 
Timothy Hall 
Jonathan Hazeltine 

his X mark 
James Sherburn 
Charles Emerson X 
Thomas Colburn 
Jesse Martin 
Philip Page 
Wiliam woldran 
Peter coffin 
John Craige 



Amos Barns 
Samuel Manuel 
florence m c Coley 
his mark X 
Beriah Abbot 
Stephen Hall 
Joseph Hall 
James moors 
John moor 
Peter Chandler X 
Hezekiah Colby X 
Samuel Bean 
William Chamberlin 
Will" 1 Walker 
Jotham young 
Phineas Stevens 
Jonathan Johnson 



Elackanderson X Smith 

mark 

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hit 

John X Callahan 

mark 
his 

Sam 11 X Worthin 

mark 

Samuel Beard 

his 

Bernerd X Hervey 

mark 

Moses Abbott 
Jacob Chamberlin 
Benjamin Thompson 

hii 

Aaron X Hale 

mark 

Joseph moor 
Jonathan Currier 



New York Apr 11 y e 20 th AD 1776 — 

We The Subscribours have Reseived of Cap" Joshua Abbot The holl 
of our Wages for the month of febery & march for ouer Sarvce In the 
Contentel armey Res d By us — 



moses moulton 
ISaac Davis 

24 



Charles X grenfeld 



Jonathan Bradley 
John Merrill 



306 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

. , ?*. «. Tames Aiken Ephraim Fisk X His 

Amdro_X Stone 'Samuel Aiken mark 

Timothy Lunt And- Aiken - 

John Bay ley Moses Hall ™ rk 

Samuel Jackman Peter Cary Seth Spring 

John Hale Calvin Johnson 

Robeard forrist Jonathan Karr 

[Captain Joshua Abbott resided in Concord, and there died March 
12, 1815, aged 73.— Ed.] 






REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



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1776 

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Edwd West 

Jona Dennis Clark 

Benja Hall 

Benja Johnson 
Peter Dcgo, Negro 
Joshua Lock 
Charles How 
Jno Campbell 


Thomas Towl 
Stephen Leavitt 
Jerh Robenson 
Josiah Calley 
David Jewell 


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[COLONEL ISAAC WYMAN'S REGIMENT, JULY, 

1776.] 



[The Continental Congress, in June, 1776, made a requisition for 
a battalion of troops from this state, to be sent to reinforce the army 
in Canada. Said requisition was received by the legislature of this 
state June 14, and in the afternoon of that day, in committee of the 
whole, the following resolution was passed : " That there be forth- 
with raised and equipped in this Colony a Regiment of seven hun- 
dred and fifty men including officers. — and that each non-commis- 
sioned officer and soldier receive a bounty of Six Pounds." In House 
of Rep., June 20, Colonel Isaac Wyman, of Keene, was appointed to 
take command of this regiment, and on the 22d the same body voted 
that the place of rendezvous be at " Haverhill on Connecticut River." 
The field and staff officers were as follows : 

Colonel, Isaac Wyman, Keene. 
Lt Col., Joseph Senter, Moultonborough. 
Major, Stephen Peabody, Amherst. 
Surgeon, Calvin Frink, Swanzey. 
Adjutant, Isaac Temple, Alstead. 
Quarter-master, William Russell. 
Paymaster, Noah Emery, Exeter. 

The following are the rolls of the companies.] 
[2-46] [ Captain William Harper's Co.~\ 

A Roll of the Officers and Soldiers of Cap' William Harper's Company 
in Col Wyman's Regiment Destined for Canada as Mustered and paid by 
Samuel Dudley Esq' Mustermaster and Paymaster of said Company viz. 
To the Commissioned Officers two Months advance pay — and to the 
Noncommissioned Officers and Soldiers one Months pay and Bounty 
according to orders of the Committee of Safety. 

[Mustered July 16, 1776. — Ed.] 



312 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Names Quality 




Pay 




Names Q 


uality 


i William Harper Cap 1 j£ 


16. 


O.O 


44 


Paul Blake p 


rivate 


2 Benjamin Mooney 


I st 






45 


lames Wadlev 


Do 


Lieu 4 




10. 


l6.0 


46 Jeremiah Smart 


Do 


3 Robert Peaslee 2 fl Lieu 1 


10. 


l6.0 


47 


Chase Foge 


Do 


4 Elisha Frescutt Ensign 


8. 


0. 


48 Joseph Perkins 


Do 


5 Thomas Rollins p 


ivate 


9- 


1S.0 


49 


Enoch Dow 


Do 


6 Joseph Judkins 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


5° 


Jonathan Judkins 


Do 


7 Jonathan Flood 


Do 


9« 


1S.0 


5 1 


Daniel Glidden 


Do 


8 Samuel Smith 


Do 


9- 


18.0 


5 2 


Jeremiah Neal 


Do 


9 Furnald Walles 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


53 


Levi Hoit 


Do 


io Timothy Warmouth Do 


9- 


18.0 


54 


Moses Folsom 


Do 


i r Jeremiah Rollings 


Do 


9- 


18.0 


55 


Daniel Veasey 


Do 


12 Jonathan Miller 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


56 


Noah Dollof 


Do 


13 Ephraim Dudley 


Do 


9- 


18.0 


57 


Solomon Smith 


Do 


14 John Steel 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


5^ 


Philip Johnson 


Do 


15 Eliphalet Rawlins 


Do 


9- 


18.0 


59 


John M c Mahone 


Do 


16 Winthrop French 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


60 


Edward Wells 


Do 


17 Theophilus Loverin Do 


9- 


1S.0 


61 


Joseph Eaton 




iS Moses Steel 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 




Kenniston 


Do 


19 John M c Neill 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


62 


Ephraim Alley 


Do 


20 Silas Cooledge 


Do 


9- 


1S.9 


63 


Prince Robinson 


Do 


21 Amos Sillnway 


Do 


9. 


1S.0 


64 


Daniel Torrey 


Do 


22 Phinehas Hardy 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


65 


John Abbot 


Do 


23 Bray Wilkins 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


66 


Israel Graves 


Do 


24 Robert Parker 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


6 7 


Simon Gilman 


Do 


25 Eli Coleby 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


6S 


Oliver Smith Ly- 




26 John Evans 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 




ford 


Do 


27 Noah Hardy 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


69 James Marston 


Do 


28 Nathan Abbot 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


7° 


John Tucker 


Do 


29 James Chesley 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


7 1 


Zachariah Freese 


Do 


30 Archiabah Thom- 








72 


Ebenezer Swain 


Do 


son 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


73 


Noah Marsh 


Do 


30 Andrew Bailey 


Do 


9- 


18.0 


74 John Smith San- 




31 Zephaniah Kit- 










born 


Do 


tredge 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


75 Theophilus Rund- 




32 Dennis Sullivan 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 




lett 


Do 


33 John Godfrey 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


76 


Daniel Tilton 


Do 


34 William Gowen 


Do 


9. 


1S.0 


77 


Samuel Lawrence 


Do 


35 John Atvvell 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


78 Michael Parks 


Do 


36 Robert Stockell 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


79 


William Moore 


Do 


37 Timothy Gleason 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


80 Ebenezer Waldron 


Do 


38 Benjamin Hoit 


Do 


9- 


18.0 


Si 


Isaac Reed 


Do 


39 Timothy Mullone 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


82 


John M c Goon 


Do 


40 Thomas Dollof 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 


S3 


Nathan Smith 


Do 


42 Jonathan Kelley 


Do 


9- 


18.0 


84 


Abel Morrel of Cap 1 Josi 


43 Josiah Meloon 


Do 


9- 


1S.0 




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Do 



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£S37.i2.o 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



313 



Sum total of the Roll bro't over £837.12. o 

Paid Cap* Harper for travel of his Comp y as pr his receipt 35. 5.10 
To paid Cap* Parker as p r his receipt extra wages for his 

Serjt 8 & Corporals &c 2.16. o 

Ch s & exp* of mat y & pay g the Comp y 3. 6. o 



876.19.10 

August 10 th 1776 I the Subscriber being appointed Muster Master 
To Cap* William Harpers Company have mustered & paid said Compa- 
ny According to the within Roll They all being good able bodied & 
Effective men well accounted 

Sam 1 Dudley 
Copy examin'd 
J Gilman 

[Captain Harper was of Brentwood, Lieut. Mooney of Durham, 
and Ensign Prescott of Sanbornton. — Ed.] 



[ 2 -5o] 



[ Captain William Still son's Co."] 



A Roll of Cap* William Stilsons in the Northern Army in the Conti- 
nental Service as mustered & paid by Cap tn Ezekiel Worthen Muster 
Master & paymaster of said Company. Mustered July 4 th i 776 



MENS NAMES 


Advance wages 
and bounty 


Billeting. 


Sum Total 


William Stilson Cap* 


£l6. O.O 


O.S.O 


£l6. S.O 


Jacob Waldron Lieut. 


IO. l6.0 


O.S.4 


II. 4.4 


Thomas Stone Serj* 


IO. 6.0 


O.8.6 


IO.I4.6 


William Morrill Do 


IO. 6.0 


O.8.6 


IO.I4.6 


Thomas Warren Do 


10. 6.0 


O.8.6 


IO.I4.6 


John Chadwick Corp 1 


10. 2.0 


O.8.6 


10.10.6 


John Brown Do 


10. 2.0 


O.8.6 


10.10.6 


Jonathan Elliott Do 


10. 2.0 


O.8.6 


10.10.6 


Josiah Moulton fifer 


10. 2.0 


O.8.6 


10.10.6 


Philip Fowler Drummer 


10. 2.0 


O.8.6 


10.10.6 


Daniel Wentworth private 


9.18.0 


O.8.6 


10. 6.6 


Jeremiah Haselton 


9.18.0 


O.8.6 


10. 6.6 


Moses Stevens 


9.18.0 


O.8.6 


10. 6.6 


Joseph Chase 


9.18.0 


O.8.6 


10. 6.6 


Cotton Webster 


9.18.0 


O.8.6 


10. 6.6 


Jacob Flint 


9.18.0 


O.8.6 


10. 6.6 



3U 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 


Advance wages 
and bounty 


Billeting 


Sum Total 


Henry Clemente 


£9.18.0 


0.S.6 


£10. 6. 6 


Joseph Sargent 


9-lS.O 


0.S.6 


10. 6. 6 


James Mills 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Zachariah Butterfield 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Ebenz M c Elvin 


9.18.O 


0.S.6 


10. 6. 6 


Zaccheus Dustin 


9.18.O 


0.S.6 


10. 6. 6 


Jedediah Witham 


9.18.O 


0.S.6 


10. 6. 6 


Joseph Bigford 


9.18.O 


0.S.6 


10. 6. 6 


Paul Down 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


William Cottle 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Samuel Symonds 


9.18.O 


0.S.6 


10. 6. 6 


Ebenez Ransom 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Stephen Hodgedon 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


John Davis 


9.18.O 


0.S.6 


10. 6. 6 


Carter Gilman 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Winthrop Pickering 


9.1S.O 


0.S.6 


10. 6. 6 


James Ryan 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


William Tuttle 


9'lS.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Silvan us Cromwell 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Joseph Redmon 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Stephen Davis 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Benjamin Redmon 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


John Frost 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Samuel Lamb 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Thomas Putney 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Edward Armes 


9.1S.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Samuel Stocker 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


William Renton 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Pass [key] Pressey 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Jacob Tuttle 


9.1S.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Moses Clark 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 


Ezekiel Goodwin 


9.18.O 


0.8.6 


10. 6. 6 




£20.7.4 


504.15. 4 


Deduct for John Davis 






10. 6. 6 




494. 8.10 


To mustering and paying said Comp 7 trs 


ivelling exp 


ence &c 


2.10. — 
496.1S.10 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



315 



July 1776 Conformity to the appointment of the Honble Councill & 
house of Representatives I have Mustered the Above & aforegoing men- 
tioned Soldiers in Col Wingate's Regiment for Canada & paid them the 
several sums set against their names in this Roll the all being good Able 
bodied men 

sign d Ezekiel Worthen 
Copy examined 

Per J : Gilman 

[Capt. Stilson was of Hopkinton, and Lieut Waldron of Warner. 
—Ed.] 



[ 2 -59] 

part of Cap* Stilsons Company 



Stephen Hoit I st Lieut 


10. 16.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


John Palmer 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


Josiah Whittridge 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


Jonathan Proby 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


Francis Davis 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


Jonathan Eastman 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


William Clements 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


Moses Connor 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


Ebenezer Coleby 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


William Stanley 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


William Heath 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


Benoni Tucker 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


Enoch Eastman 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


John Cambell 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


Joseph Stanley 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


Ebenezer Eaton 


9.1S.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


Joseph Hastings 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


Joseph Putney 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


Thomas Bickford 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


Abner Coleby 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 


Jonathan Putney 


9.18.0 


0.5.0 


10. 3. 




£214. 1. 


This entered by S Cutts Esq r on the Ro 


11— To the < 


Charges & 




expences of mustering & paying 






10 




£214.11. 


paid by Worthen 






496.18.10 


Total 


711. 9.10 



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REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Colony of New Hampshire July 18 th 1776 

having been appointed by the Committee of safety of Said Colony 
Mustermaster & paymaster of the bounty & first Months Wages & billit- 
ing of part of the above mentioned Company I have mustered them & 
Found them able bodied Effective men & well accoutred and have paid 
them as entered above 

Timothy Walker Jun r 

Copy ex d J Gilman 



[2-54] 



\_Captain jfames Shepherd's Co. Receipt.^ 

Boscawen July 2 d 1776 



We the Subscribers (being inlisted Soldiers under the Command of 
Cap* James Shepherd in the Continental army) do hereby acknowledge 
that we have receiv d of Tim Walker Jr Seven Pounds Eighteen Shillings 
L my as a Bounty & Forty Shillings L my for one Months advanc d pay 
each Man also Five Shillings L my each Man for Billeting to N° 4 — as 
witness our Hands — 



Tes 1 Sam 11 Davis 

his 

William X Courser B. 

mark 

Timothy Eastman B. 

Thomas Courser B. 

V> £> Cornelius Bean B. 

<3 P Jonathan Stevens B. 

(^ M 

hii 

Ephraim X Davis B. 

mark 
his 

John X Davis B. 

mark 

Ezra Blasdel B. 

Solomon huntress B. 

Samuel Hanes B. 

Nathaniel Glines B. 

William Forest B. 

John Bean B. 

his 

William X Rinds B. 

mark 

William Simons B. 

Shubal Dearbon B. 

John Dearbon B. 

Jonathan Smith B. 

timothy somes B. 

matthew scales B 



Benjamin Huntoon 


B 


Philip Flanders 


B 


James Johnson 


B 


Jonathan foster 


B 


his 

Robert X Wise 


B 


mark 




Tes* Eben r walston 




>> 




S~ his 




jz Sam 1 X Scribner 


B 


_co mark 




73 Cutting Stevens 


B 


C/3 




Ezekiel Lunt 


B 


Stephen Colby 


B 


Jeremiah Eastman 


B 


Josiah Scribner 
'5 Test. E Gerrish 


B 




~f-j hii 

'£ Daniel X Giles 


B 


PQ mark 




Nathan Rowe 


B 


Stephen Haines 


B 


James grief (Gerrel) 




moses cross of Bow 


B 


David Carter 


B 


David Emerson 


B 


John foss 


B 


Peter R Stevens 


B 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



317 



Tes* Daniel Sanborn 



Abraham tittcomb Sweate 

James Urann B 

Jn° Robertson B 

Joseph Farnum Jun r B 

Benjamin Heath B. 

Isaac Fitts B. 

Us 

Jedediah X Danforth B. 

mark 

Tes' A. Foster B. 

Joseph magoon B. 

Joseph Dearbon B. 

Joseph Flanders B. 

Thomas Grifen B. 

his 

John X Ross B. 

mark 

Elisha Cummings B. 

Benjamin Basford B. 

George Sheperd B 

william Shaw B 

Moses Randel B 

Josiah B. 
Paid Enoch Gerrish for Thorn 8 
Beatte £10,3 & took a rec* 

James Russ B. 

John Peirce Sweat B 



State ofN. H.July 1776 Having been appointed by the Council & 
assembly of s d Colony Muster master & paymaster of the Bounty & first 
months Wages & Billeting of the above mentioned Company — I have 
muster d them & found them able bodied effective men & well accoutered 
and have paid them as entered above 

Boscawen July 8 th 1776 

Rec d of Enoch Gerrish thirty three Dollars which promise to be ac- 
countable to him for p r me — 



Jonathan X Morrison 




mark 




Samuel Mackres 


B. 


his 

Thomas X Crosby 


B. 


mark 




his 




Ezekiel X Danforth 


B. 


mark 




Ebenezer Bean 


B. 


his 

Amos X Norton 


B. 


mark 




Tes* Mary Goss 




William Phillips 


B. 


George Kenfield 


B. 


John Stevens 


B. 


Samuel Cook 


B. 


John Riant 


B. 


Silas X Fox 


B. 


mark 




Tes 4 E Gerrish 




CO ^ his 




V^ J Abraham X Peaslee 


B 


5-1 mark 




pj H moses Johnson 


B 


Friend Little 


B 


John Jackman 


B. 



allow d 5/ for Billeting to N° 4- 



Thomas Bedel 



Rec d of Tim Walker J r Sixteen Pounds L my for Two Months ad- 
vance Pay and five Shillings L my for Billiting to N° 4 — 

James Shepard 

Rec d of Tim Walker J r Ten Pounds Sixteen Shillings each for Two 
Months advance Pay £10.16 — also five Shillings each for Billeting to 
N°4— 

Sam 11 Davis 
Enoch Gerrish 



3i» 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Rec d of Tim Walker J r Thirty Pounds Nine Shillings L my for Three 
Bishop John Lapish & Stephen Bethel for one Months 



Men 

advance Pay & Bounty & Billeting to N° 4- 



Enoch Gerrish 



Rec d of Tim Walker Jr Eight Pounds L my for Two Months advance 



Pay also five Shillings L my for Billeting to N° 4- 

paid Cap 4 Shepherd for Wages & Billiting 
Lieu* 8 Davis & Gerrish for D° each £11.1 
Ensign Bean for D° 

paid 79 Privates for Wages Billeting & Bounty 
each Man £10.3 — 



John Bean 

£16. 5 



22. 



801. 17.0 



£848. 9.0 

[Capt. Shepherd was of Canterbury, and Lieut. Gerrish of Bos- 
cawen. — Ed.] 



[2-56] 



[ Captain yames Shepherd's Co.~] 



A Roll of Cap 1 James Shepards Company in the Northern Army in 
the Continental Service as Mustered & paid by Timothy Walker Jun r 
Mustermaster & Paymaster of said Company 









Sum Total 


MENS NAMES 


Advance wages 


Billiting 


to each 




& bounty 




man 


James Shepard Cap* 


£l6. O.O 


£0.5.0 


£16.5.0 


Samuel Davis I st Lieu 1 


IO. l6.0 


O.5.O 


II.I.O 


Enoch Gerrish 2 d Lieu 1 


IO. 16.O 


O.5.O 


II. I. O 


John Bean Ensign 


S. 0.0 


O.5.O 


8.5.O 


Benjamin Huntoon private 


9.18.0 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Philip Flanders 


9.18.0 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


James Johnson 


9.18.0 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Jon a Foster 


9.1S.0 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Robert Wise 


9.18.0 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Samuel Scribner 


9.18.0 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Cutting Stevens 


9.18.0 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Ezekiel Lunt 


9.1S.0 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Stephen Call 


9.18.0 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Jeremiah Eastman 


9.18.0 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Josiah Scribner 


9.IS.0 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Daniel Giles 


9.18.0 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Nathan Rowe 


9.IS.0 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



319 









Sum total 


MENS NAMES. 


Advance wages 


Billiting 


to each 




& bounty 




man 


Stephen Haynes 


£9.18.0 


£0.5.0 


£10.3.0 


James Gerrel 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Moses Cross 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


David Carter 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


David Emerson 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


John Foss 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Peter Stevens 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


William Courser 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Timothy Eastman 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Thomas Courser 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Cornelius Bean 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Jonathan Stevens 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Abraham Peaslee 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Moses Johnson 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Friend Little 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


John Jackman 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Moses Scales 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


John P Sweat 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Abraham T Sweat 


9.IS.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


James Uran 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


John Robertson 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Enoch Bishop 


9.IS.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


John Lapish 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Stephen Bethel 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Joseph Farnum 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Benj a Heath 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Isaac Fitts 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Jedediah Danford 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Joseph Megoone 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Ephraim Davis 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


John Davis 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Ezra Blasdel 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Sol m Huntress 


9.18.O 


O.3.O 


IO.3.O 


Samuel Haynes 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Nath 1 Glines 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


William Forrest 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


William Rinds 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


William Simonds 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Shubael Dearborne 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


John Dearborne 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Jonathan Smith 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Timothy Jones 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 



320 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 


Advance wages 
& bounty. 


Billiting 


Sum total 

to each 

man 


Jonathan Morrison 


£9.18.0 


£0.5.0 


£10.3.0 


Samuel Macress 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Thomas Crosby 
Ezekiel Danford 


9.18.O 
9.18.O 


O.5.O 
O.5.O 


IO.3.O 
IO.3.O 


Ebenezer Bean 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Amos Norton 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


William Phillips 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


George Ken field 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


John Stevens 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Sam 1 Cook 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


John Riant 
Silas Fox 


9.18.O 
9.18.O 


O.5.O 
O.5.O 


IO.3.O 
IO.3.O 


Joseph Pearse 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Joseph Flanders 


9.1S.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Thomas Griffin 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


John Ross 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Elisha Cummings 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Benj a Basford 
George Shepherd 
William Shaw 


9.18.O 
9.18.O 
9.18.O 


O.5.O 
O.5.O 
O.5.O 


IO.3.O 
IO.3.O 
IO.3.O 


Moses Rendall 


9.18.O 


O.5.O 


IO.3.O 


Joshua Boynton 
Thomas Bedel 


9.1S.O 
9.1S.O 


O.5.O 
O.5.O 


IO.3.O 
IO.3.O 


James Russ 


9.1S.O 
£9.18.0 


O.5.O 
0.5.0 


IO.3.O 


Copy Ex d J. G. 
To the expences & Charges of Mustering 
& paying &c this charge entered by S 
Cutts— Esq r 


S48.9.- 
5.2.0 


853.I I. O 
IO. 3.O 




863.I4.O 



Exam* J G— 

Colony of New Hampshire July 2 d 1776 — 

Having been Appointed by the Council & Assembly of said Colony 
Mustermaster & paymaster of the bounty & first Months wages & Billit- 
ing of the above Mentioned Company I have Mustered them & found 
them able bodied effective men & well Accoutred and have paid them as 
entered above Timothy Walker Jun r 

Copy ex d J Gilman 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



321 



[2-6o] 



[ Captain John Drew's Co.~\ 



Muster & pay Roll of Men raised for Canada out of Col Evans & Col° 
Badgers Regiments mustered & paid by Otis Baker Esq r 





Two months pay 








to Officers one 






MENS NAMES 


Months pay & 


Travelling 


Sum Total 




bounty to Sol- 


Fees 






diers 






John Drew Captain 


£l6. O.O 


O.8.4 


£l6. 8.4 


Samuel Copp Lieu* 


IO. 16.O 


O.8.4 


II. 4.4 


Daniel M c Neill 2 Ditto 


IO. 16.O 


O.8.4 


II. 4.4 


John Davis Ensign 


8. 0.0 


O.8.4 


8. 8.4 


James Danielson I st Serj* 


10. 6.0 


O.8.4 


10.14.4 


Ephraim Berry 2 d Do 


8.0 


O.8.4 


0.16.4 


James Goodwin 3 d Do 


10. 6.0 


O.8.4 


10.14.4 


Josiah Wiggin 4 th D° 


10. 6.0 


O.8.4 


10.14.4 


William Gray Corporal 


0. 4.0 


O.8.4 


0.12.4 


Tristram Heard Do 


0. 4.0 


O.8.4 


0.12.4 


William Knight Drummer 


10. 2.0 


O.8.4 


10.10.4 


Joseph Runnels private 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Thomas Welch 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Elijah Davis 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


George Shaw 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


George Parshley 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Benj a Welch 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Aaron Rendal 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Robert Evans Russell 


9.18.0 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


James Johnson 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Benj a Hall 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


John York 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Asa Wiggin 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


John Folsom 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Jonathan Smart 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Samuel Young 


9.18.0 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


William Moore 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Joseph Carswell 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Benjamin Johnson 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Moses Drown 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Hugh Tucker 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Abner Coffin 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Daniel Clark Quimby 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Benjamin Heard 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


John Barber 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Stephen Harman 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 



25 



32; 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 





Two months pay 








to Officers one 






MENS NAMES 


months pay & 


Travelling 


Sum Total 




bounty to Sol- 


Fees 






diers 






Jonathan Yetton 


9.18.O 


O.8.4 


IO. 6.4 


Robert M c Crellis 


9.18.O 


O.S.4 


IO. 6.4 


Joseph Pitman 


9-lS.O 




9.18.O 


Anthony Fling 


9.1S.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Ebenezer Hall 


9.IS.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


David Kelly 


9-lS.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Asa Dnda 


9.18.O 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


Meshech Heard 


9-lS.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Daniel Cook 


9.1S.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Ephraim Trickey 


9.18.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


John Walker 


9.18.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Tobias Ricker 


9.1S.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Henry Durgin 


9.18.O 


O.O.O 


9.18.0 


Jonathan Sharp 


9.1S.O 


O.O.O 


9.18.0 


James Gerrish 


9.1S.O 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


Ebenezer Cook 


9.1S.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Joseph Stevenson 


9.1S.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Jonathan Smith 


9.1S.O 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


Jeremiah Tibbets 


9.18.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Benj a Tate 


9.1S.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Daniel Straw 


9.1S.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Ephraim Roberts 


9.1S.O 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


Samuel Wallingford 


9.18.O 


O.O.O 


9.18.0 


Tobias Wentworth 


9.1S.O 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


William Crown 


9.1S.O 


O.O.O 


9.18.0 


Samuel Williams 


9.[S.o 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


George Haves 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Will'" Chandler Peavy 


9.18.0 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


Job Allerd 


9.18.0 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


Jesse Wiggin 


9.18.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Henry Wentworth 


9.18.0 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


Jolm Powel 


9.18.0 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


Benjamin Horn 


9.1S.0 


O.O.O 


9.18.0 


paul Gerrish 


9.18.0 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


Thomas Johnson 


9.1S.0 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Daniel Cook Jun r 


9.1S.0 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


Richard Colmely 


9.1S.0 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


Joseph Allen 


9.1S.0 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


John Wentworth 


9.1S.0 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


John Folsom Jinv" 


9.1S.0 


O.S.4 


10. 6.4 


Stephen Burleigh 


9.1S.0 


O.S.4 


10. 6 4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



323 





Two months pay 








to Officers one 






MENS NAMES 


Months pay & 


Travelling 


Sum Total 




bounty to Sol- 


Fees 






diers 






William Burleigh 


9.18.O 


O.8.4 


IO. 6.4 


William Eastman 


9-lS.O 


O.8.4 


IO. 6.4 


Samuel Ham 


9.18.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Chase Wiggin 


9.18.O 


O.8.4 


9.18.O 


Timothy White 


9-lS.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Jonathan Buzzell 


9.18.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Samuel Grant 


9-lS.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Micah Davis 


9.18.O 


O.O.O 


9.18- 


Samuel Rogers 


9.18.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Ebenezer Wille 


9.18.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


Jeremiah Pindar 


9.18.O 


O.O.O 


9.18- 


John Clough 


9.18.O 


O.8.4 


10. 6.4 


James Kielle 


9.18.O 





9.18- 


Benjamin Hodgdon 


9.18.O 





9.18.0 



To the charges of mustering & paying as p r Ace* Ent d on 
Roll per S Cutt 



£912.14.8 



6.12 



919. 6.8 
Examin'd p r Committee of safety 

State of Newhampshire August 29 th 1776 

I the subscriber appointed by the State aforesaid A Muster Master 
have mustered and paid the within Company agreeable to said Roll 
The all being good able bodied effective men and well Accoutred 

Otis Baker 
Charlestown July 27 th 1776 
Rec d of M r Elijah Grout Nine Hatchets 

Rec d p r John Drew Cap* 

Copy Ex d Jos Gilman 



[Captain Drew was of Barrington. — Ed.] 



324 
[2-64] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 
[Captain Samuel Wctherbec's Co.'] 



A Muster Roll of Cap 1 Samuel Wetherbes Company in Col Isaac 
Wymans Regiment in the Service of the United Colonies to Join the 
Northern Army 







Advance 








MENS NAMES 




wages and 


Miles 


Pay for 


Sum Total 






bounty 


Travel 


Travel 












S-D 




James Campbel 


Acworth 


£9.lS.O 


9 


- 9 


£9.18. 9 


Lasell Silsby 


Do 


9.18.O 


8 


- 8 


9 


18. 8 


John Duncan 


Do 


9.1S.O 


8 


- 8 


9 


18. 8 


Jonathan Rogers 


Do 


9.18.O 


8- 


- 8 


9 


iS. 8 


Jedediah Smith 


Do 


9.18.O 


8 


- 8 


9 


18. 8 


Peter Ewins 


Do 


9-lS.O 


8 


- 8 


9 


iS. 8 


John Lane 


Newport 


9.1S.O 


21 


1. 9 


9 


19. 8 


Jesse Bailey 


Do 


9.IS.O 


21 


1. 9 


9 


19. 9 


Abraham Buell 


Do 


9.18.O 


22 


1. 10 


9 


19.10 


Jesse Kelsey 


Do 


9.1S.O 


20 


1. 8 


9 


19. 8 


Peter Labere Jun r 


Cornish 


9-lS.O 


22 


1. 10 


9 


I9.IO 


Nathaniel Holden 


Do 


9.18.O 


11 


- 11 


9 


l8. II 


Joel Rice 


Do 


9.IS.O 


11 


- 1 1 


9 


1S.11 


Oliver Cook 


Claremont 


9.18.O 


l 5 


i- 3 


9 


J 9- 3 


Samuel Adkins 


Do 


9.IS.O 


15 


!• 3 


9 


!9- 3 


Ebene r Matthews 


Do 


9.IS.O 


15 


*■ 3 


9 


: 9- 3 


Charles Higby 


Do 


9.1S.O 


H 


I. 2 


9 


19. 2 


Thomas Gustin Jun r 


Do 


9.IS.O 


2 5 


2. I 


10 


0. 1 


Amariah Ainsworth 


Do 


9.18.O 


H 


I. 2 


9 


.19. 2 


Benj ft Clarke 


Do 


9.18.O 


10 


- IO 


9 


1S.10 


Garshom Tuttle 


Wethersf d 


9.1S.O 


12 


I 


9 


.19 — 


Samuel Allen 


Do 


9.IS.O 


12 


I 


9 


.19 — 


Bennoni Tuttle 


Do 


9.18.O 


12 


I 


9 


19 — 


Uzel Hurd 


Lemster 


9-lS.O 


*3 


I. I 


9 


19. 1 


Asaph Braynard 


Do 


9.1S.O 


13 


I. I 


9 


19. 1 


Timothy Nichols 


Do 


9.1S.O 


13 


I. I 


9 


19. 1 


Thomas Slovell 


Do 


9.lS- 


H 


I. 2 


9 


19. 2 


Freegrace Booth 


Do 


9.lS- 







9 


18 


Benj a Young Smith 


Westmorel d 


9.I8- 


— 





9 


18 


Asahel Johnson 


Do 


9.lS- 


H 


I. 2 


9 


.19. 2 


Jesse Nott 


Do 


9.1S- 


13 


I . I 


9 


.19. 1 


John Avril 


Do 


9.lS- 


H 


I. 2 


9 


19. 2 


Joshua Gilman 


Walpole 


9.IS- 


r 5 


i- 3 


9 


■19- 3 


Hezekiah Clark 


Do 


9.lS- 


H 


1. 2 


9 


19. 2 


Pearl Parker 


Do 


9.18- 


14 


1. 2 


9 


.19. 2 






REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



325 







Advance 








MENS 


NAMES 


wages and 


Miles 


Pay for 


Sum Total 






bounty 


Travel 


Travel 












S-D 




Moses Witt 


Walpole 


9.18- 


15 


l - 3 


£9.19. 3 


Peter Lovejoy 


Do 


9.18- 


J 3 


1. 1 


9.I9. I 


David Stoel 


Do 


9.18- 


15 


r - 3 


9- x 9- 3 


Cleaford Chaffe 


Do 


9.18- 


l 3 


1. 1 


9.19. 1 


Joel Burrougs 
David Adams 


Do 


9,18- 


l 7 


1 - 5 


9- I 9- 5 


Gilsum 


9.18- 


26 


2. 2 


10. 0. 2 


David Howard 


Marlow 


9.18- 


2 3 


1. n 


9. 19. 11 


Elisha Gustin 


Do 


9.1S- 


23 


1. n 


9.19.11 


Joseph Howard 


Do 


9.18- 


2 3 


1. 11 


9.19.11 


Nathan Huntley 


Do 


9.18- 


27 


2 - 3 


10. 0. 3 


Elisha Mack 


Gilsum 


9.18- 


2 5 


2. 1 


10. 0. 1 


John Lewis 


Marlow 


9.18- 


27 


2 - 3 


10. 0. 3 


Isaac Griswold 


Gilsum 


9.18- 


29 


2 - 5 


10. 0. 5 


Stephen Bond 


Do 


9.18- 


2 5 


2. 1 


10. 0. 1 


David Abraham 


Do 


9.18- 


l 9 


l - 7 


9.19. 7 


Nathaniel Rust 


Alstead 


9.18- 


16 


1. 4 


9.19. 4 


Nathan Hatch 


Do 


9.18- 


— 




9.18 — 


Joseph Brown 


Do 


9.18- 


r 5 


!• 3 


9- I 9- 3 


Martin Beckwith 


Marlow 


9.18- 


J 9 


!• 7 


9.19. 7 


Nathaniel Brown 


Alstead 


9.18- 


15 


l - 3 


9.19. 3 


Roswell Shepherd 


Do 


9.18- 






9.18 — 


Simon Baxter 


Do 


9.1S- 


T 9 


l - 7 


9.19. 7 


Seth Putnam 


Charlestown 


9.18- 


2 3 


1. 11 


9. 19. 11 


Joel Bailey 


Newport 


9.18- 







9.18 — 


Barnabas Sinkley 


Unity 


9.18- 


10 


- 10 


9. 18. 10 


David Weed Ju r 


Do 


9.18- 


16 


1. 4 


9.19. 4 


John Huntoon 


Do 


9.18- 


H 


1. 2 


9.19. 2 


Hilton Huntoon 


Do 


9.18- 


9 


- 9 


9.18. 9 


Moses Gary 


Do 


9.18- 


I 3 


1. 1 


9.19. 1 


Samuel Gunnison 


Saville 


9.18- 


21 


1. 9 


9.19. 9 


Daniel Grindle 


Do 


9.18- 


20 


1. 8 


9.19. 8 


Moses Lancaster 


Acworth 


9.1S- 


8 


- 8 


9.18. 8 


Samuel Rementon 


Charleston 


9.18- 


— 





9.18 — 


Ezekiel Wells 




9.18- 


5° 


4. 2 


10. 2. 2 


Ebenez r Carpenter 


Keene 


9.18- 


28 


2. 4 


10. 0. 4 


Jonathan Heaton 


Surry 


9..S- 


26 


2. 2 


10. 0. 2 


William Stanwood 


Keene 


9.1S- 


18 


1. 6 


9.19. 6 


Aaron Willson 


Do 


9.1S- 


2 5 


2. 1 


10. 0. 1 


Isaac Clark 


Do 


9.18- 


27 


2 - 3 


10. 0. 3 


John Swan 


Do 


9.18- 


28 


2. 4 


10. 0. 4 


Thomas Wilder 


Do 


9 ..8- 


27 


2 - 3 


10. 0. 3 



326 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 







Advance 








MENS NAMES 




wages and 


Miles 


Pay for 


Sum Total 






bounty 


Travel 


Travel 












S-D 


£ 


John Blake 


Keene 


9.l8- 


2 5 


2. 1 


10. 0. 1 


James Hall 


Do 


9.18- 


2 5 


2. 1 


10. 0. 1 


Jesse Whealer 


Do 


9.18- 


27 


2- 3 


10. 0. 3 


Justus Dart 


Surry 


9.18- 


18 


1. 6 


9.19. 6 


Samuel Osgood 


Keene 


9.18- 


27 


2 - 3 


10. 0. 3 


Joshua Ellis 


Do 


9.18- 


25 


2. 1 


10. 0. 1 


Peter Coval 


Bratl 


9.l8- 


40 


3- 4 


10. 1. 4 


Jonathan Willard 




9.l8- 






9.18 — 


Joseph Powers 




9.18- 


— 





9.1S — 


Whitcomb Powers 




9.18- 


— 





9.18 — 


Seth Putnam Jun r 




9.l8- 


— 





9.18 — 


John Hart 




9.18- 


— 





9.18 — 


Ebenezer Putnam 




9.l8- 







9.18 — 


Eliakim Nims 


[Sullivan] 


9.l8- 


25 


2. 1 


10. 0. 1 



Cap 1 Wetherbes 2 Months Advance wages 
Lieu 1 Kilburns Advance wages & bounty 
Lieu 1 Howletts Advanc Wages & bounty 
Ensign Hubbard's Advance wages & bounty 



Time & expenses mustering & paying 



£896.11. 9 

16 

10.16. o 

10.16. 

8 

£942.11. 9 

7. 9. 2 



£9: 



0. o.n 



State of New Hampshire Aug st 20 th 1776 

I the Subscriber being appointed by the Council & Assembly as Mus- 
ter Master to Cap* Sam 1 Wetherby's Company have Mustered & paid oft' 
the same agreeable to the Above Roll & hereby Certify they were able 
bodied & Effective men well Accoutred & Equip'd 

Elijah Grout 

Copy ex d Joseph Gilman 



[Captain Wetherbee was of Charlestown, Lieut. Kilburn of Gil- 
sum, and Lieut. Howlett of Keene. — Ed.] 



[2-6S] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[ Captain ^Joseph Dearborn's Co."] 



327 



A Roll of Cap* Joseph Dearborns Company in the Continental Service 
Against Canada as Mustered and paid by John Dudley Esq r Muster 
Master and Paymaster of said Company 









Sum total 


MENS NAMES 


Advance Wages 


Billeting 


to 




and bounty 




each man 


Joseph Dearborn Cap* 


£l6. O.O 


£0.6.3 


£16.6.3 


David Weatherspoon Lieu* 


IO. 16.O 


6.3 


II. 2.3 


Matthias Haines private 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


William Litch 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Samuel Webster 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Jeremiah Richardson 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Jeremiah Towle 


9-lS.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Thomas Wells 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Samuel Dinsmore 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Samuel White 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Anthony Towle 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Gideon Currier 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


John Knowles 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Richard Payne 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Joseph Knowles Jun r 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Josiah Wells 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


John Roberts 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Thomas Warson 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


John Warson 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Nathan Lane 


9.18.O 


6-3 


IO -4-3 


Israel Griffin 


9.1S.O 


6-3 


10.4.3 


Benjamin Cass 


9.18.O 


6-3 


10.4.3 


Elijah Pollard 


9.1S.O 


6-3 


10.4.3 


Moses Sanborn Serf 


9.18.O 


0.6.3 


10.4.3 


Moses Cass private 


9.18.O 


-6.3 


10.4.3 


John Prescutt 


9.18.O 


0.6.3 


10.4.3 


Peter Mooers 


9.18.O 


0.6.3 


10.4.3 


Joshua Moore 


9.18.O 


6-3 


10.4.3 


Zebulon Winslow 


9.1S.O 


-6-3 


10.4.3 


Jacob Bagley 


9.18.O 


6-3 


10.4.3 


Robert Willson 


9.18.O 


-6.3 


10.4.3 


Benaiah Coleby 


9.18.O 


0.6.3 


10.4.3 


David Hill 


9.18.O 


6-3 


10.4.3 


Enoch Rowel 


9.18.O 


0.6.3 


10.4.3 


John Morrison 


9.18.O 


6-3 


10.4.3 


Peter Severance 


9.18.O 


6-3 


10.4.3 



328 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 









Sum total 


MENS NAMES 


Advance Wages 


Billeting 


to 




and bounty 




each man 


Joshua Young 


9.18.0 


£-6.3 


£10.4.3 


Samuel Winslow 


9.18.0 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Samuel Mooers 


9.18.0 


-6.3 


IO.4.3 


Enoch Coleby 


9.18.0 


-6.3 


IO.4.3 


Jacob Clifford 


9.18.0 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Obadiah Hall 


9.18.0 


-6.3 


IO.4.3 


Benjamin Hall 


9.18.0 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


James Aiken 


9.18.0 


-6.3 


IO.4.3 


James Bell 


9.18.0 


-6.3 


IO.4.3 


Joseph Lynn 


9.18 


0.6.3 


IO.4.3 


Hugh M e Afee 


9.1S 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Moses Macfarland 


9.18 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


John M'Clellan 


9.18 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


David Taylor 


9.18 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Joseph Hills Jun r 


9.1S 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


Ezekiel Morse 


9.18 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


John Batchelder 


9.1S 


6-3 


IO.4.3 


John Leavitt 


9.18 


6.3 


IO.4.3 


Ezekiel Knovvles 


9.1S 


6-3 


IO.4.3 

1 KJ 


James Willson 


9.1S 


6-3 


10.4.3 


James Macfarland 


9.18 


6-3 


10.4.3 


John Vance 


9 .,8 


6-3 


10.4.3 


Ebenezer Collins 


9 .x8 


6-3 


10.4.3 


Moses Hills 


9.18 


6-3 


10.4.3 


Asa Dearborn 


9.1S 


6.3 


ro.4.3 



£629.19.3 



1. 12.- 



To extra wages paid 4 Serjeants viz William Leach Enoch 

Rowel Caleb Atwood and Moses Sanborn 8s 
4 Corporals Viz. Anthony Towle Benaiah Coleby Ezekiel 

Knowles and Asa Heath at 45 
David Hills Drummer at 45 
To mustering payn K off and giving Marching orders to one 

Cap* and Lieu 1 and fifty nine privates being 12 Days on 

that service at 6s 
Horse hire 72 Miles at 2 d 
Expences 24^ Making Roll & return 6s 

£638. 5.3 

Received the Above by Orders on the Treasurer at Sundry times 

John Dudley 

[Captain Dearborn and Lieut. Witherspoon were of Chester. — 
Ed] 






16- 




4 


3 


12 




12 


1 


10 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



329 



Muster and Pay Roll of Men raised for Canada out of Coll° Daniel 
Moores Regiment Mustered & paid by Moses Kelly Esq r July 22 d 1776. 



MENS NAMES 


Advance wages 
and bounty 


Billeting 


Sum Total 


Timothy Worthley 2 d Lieu* 


.£l0.l6.0 


£0.5- 


£ll. I - 


William Hogg private 


9.18 


5- 


IO. 3 


Benjamin Felch 


9.18 


5- 


IO. 3 


Moses Flood 


9.18 


5 - 


10 3 


Daniel Bailey 


9.18 


5 - 


10. 3 


Ezral Clemmant 


9.18 


5 - 


10. 3 


Sam 1 Eastman 


9.18 


5 


10. 3 


Joseph Emmonds 


9.18 


5 


10. 3 


Joseph Kimball 


9.18 


5 


10. 3 


Seth Thompson 


9.18 


5 


10. 3 


William Quinby 


9.18 


5 


10. 3 


Solomon Towle 


9.18 


5 


10. 3 


Enoch Sweat 


9.l8 


5 


10. 3 


Sam 1 Page 


9.l8 


5 


10. 3 


Phinehas Fanin 


9.18 


5 


10. 3 


Caleb Atwood serf 


9.l8 


5 


10. 3 


Jere Page 


9.18 


5 


10. 3 


Thomas Eastman 


9.lS 


5 


10. 3 


Asa Heath Corpora 1 


9.l8 


5 


10. 3 


Paul Dustin 


9.l8 


5 


10. 3 



The above men under Lieu* Worthley marched to J( 
Cap* Dearbons Company 
Mustering and Paying the above Men 



£203.18.0 



1. 17 



£205.15.0 

AugUSt 22 d I776 

I the Subscriber agreeable to appointment of the Council And Assem- 
bly have Mustered the within Named persons, Soldiers gone in Col 
Isaac Wymands Regiment to Canada and paid them the several and 
respective sums Set against their Names in this Roll They being all good 
able bodied and Effective men 

Moses Kelly 

Muster Master 
Copy ex J Gilman 



[Lieut. Worthly was of Weare. 
Capt. Dearborn's Co. — Ed.] 



The foregoing was a portion of 



330 

[2- 7 2] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 
[ Captain jfosepk Chandler s Co.~\ 



A Muster Roll of the men Mustered in Cap* Joseph Chandlers Com- 
pany in Col Wymans Regiment by Thomas Bartlett Muster Master for 
said Company 



MENS NAMES 


Place of Abode 


Advance wages 
bounty &c 


Travel Money 


Sum Total 


Joseph Chandler Cap 1 


Epping 


£16. o.o 


£0.6.3 


£l6. 6.3 


William Wallace Lieu 1 


Northwood 


10.16 


-6.3 


II. 2.3 


Lieu 1 Moses 




11. 4.4 


O.O.O 


II. 4.4 


William Gill Serg* 


Epping 


0. 8.0 


O.O.O 


O. S.O 


John Robertson Drumr 


Nottingham 


10. 2.0 


-6.3 


IO. 8.3 


John Bickford private 


Do 


9.18.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


William Knight 


Do 


9.18.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


John Chesley 


Do 


9.18.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Zack Cook 


Do 


9.18.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Paul Lambert 


Do 


9.18.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Samuel Burnham 


Do 


9.18.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Francis Trickey 


Do 


9.1S.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Nicholas Brown 


Do 


9.1S.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


John Willey Jun r 


Do 


9.18.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Nathaniel Hall 


Do 


9.18.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Andrew Neally 


Do 


9.1S.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Benjamin Hill 


Northwood 


9.18.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Nicholas Dudley Hill 


Do 


9.18.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Shurborn Dearborn 


Do 


9.1S.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Simon Batchelder 


Do 


9.18.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Stephen Hoit 


Do 


9.18 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


David Norris 


Do 


9.18 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Nathaniel Dearborn 


Epping 


9.1S.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Job Sherborn 


Do 


9.18.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Dudley Clifford 


Do 


9.1S.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Jonathan Thomas 


Do 


9.1S.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Enoch Docchum 


Do 


9.18.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Jonathan Dockum 


Do 


9.18.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Josiah Burnham 


Do 


9.1S.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Gould French 


Do 


9.18.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Paul H Grant 


Do 


9.1S.0 


O.6.3 


IO. 4.3 


Abel Morrill 


Do 





6.3 


- 6.3 


Josiah Brown 


Do 


9.1S.0 


O.6.3 


1 IO. 4.3 



Ch s & expence Mustering & paying 



£32^.10.1 
4. 2 



£329.12.1 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



331 



State of New Hampshire Augs* 10 th 1776 

I the Subscriber being Appointed by the Council & Assembly for that 
purpose have mustered the Above Company & paid them as Set down 
they being Able bodied & Effective men well Accoutred 

p r Thomas Bartlett Muster master 

Copy in Substance J : Gilman 



[2-74] 

Account of Men Mustered & paid by Otis Baker belonging to Cap 6 
Chandlers Company 



MENS NAMES 


Bounty & 
wages 


Travel 


Snm Total 


Patd by Colo 
Bartlett 


John Sinkler 


£ 


£-- 


£ 


329. 12. 1 


Jeremy Gould 


9.18.0 


8.4 


10. 6.4 




Benjamin Blake 


9.18.0 


8.4 


10. 6.4 




Andrew Wiggin 


9.18.0 


8.4 


10. 6.4 




Edmund Tibbets 


9.18.0 


8.4 


10. 6.4 




John Lucas 


9.18.0 


8.4 


TO. 6.4 




Thomas Hanscomb 


9.18- 


8.4 


IO. 6.4 




John Emerson 













John Shepherd 


9.18.0 


8.4 


10. 6.4 




William Lucas 


9.18- 


8.4 


10. 6.4 




Ithiel Clifford 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 






£92.17.0 


92.I7.O 




422. 9.I 



Errors excepted p r 
Copy ex d J Gilman 



Otis Baker 



332 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



A pay Roll for what is due to the Non Commissioned Officers in 
Captain Joseph Chandlers Company 



NAMES 


Rank 


Sum Due 


Theophilus Coleby 


serf 




£o.S.o 


Abel Morrill 




Serf 


o.S.o 


Benjamin Hill 




Serf 


8 


Simon Batchelder 




Corporal 


4 


Nicholas Brown 




Corporal 


4 


Andrew Nealley 




D° 


4 


Ezekiel French 




D° 


4 




£2.0.0 






This may Certify that the above named persons were Serjeants and 
Corporals in the late Cap 1 Joseph Chandlers Company in Col Wymans 
Regiment and that they not being Appointed before they marched Re- 
ceived only privates pay for the first months advance pay of the Muster 
master 

p r Lieu 1 William Wallis 
Copy ex d J Gilman 



[2-75] 



[ Captain Joseph Parker's Co.~] 



Muster and Pay Roll of Cap 1 Joseph Parker's Company raised out of 
Col Enoch Hales Regiment. Joined the Northern Army at Ticonder- 
oga Mustered & paid July 18 th 1776 by Enoch Hale Muster & pay 
Master 





Advance pay to 








Officers 2 Mo to 


Travel id per 


Amount 


NAMES 


Soldiers i Mo & 
bounty 


mile 




Joseph Parker Cap* 


£l6. O.O 


£-4.IO 


£16.4.10 


Daniel Rand Lieu* 


IO. l6.0 


4 


II.O. O 


David Hunter 2 d° 


IO. 16.O 


4 


II.O. O 


John Taggart Ensign 


S. 0.0 


4 


S.4. O 


Zebediah Johnson Serf 


9.18.0 


4.6 


10.0. 6 


Simeon Bullard d° 


9.18.0 


4 


10.2. 


John Anger d° 


9.IS.0 


4 


10.2. 


Ebenezer Hickson d° 


9.IS.0 


4 


10.2. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



333 





Advance pay to 






NAMES 


Officers 2 Mo 


Travel id per 






to Sotdiers i 


mile 


Amount. 




Mo & bounty 






John Morse Corp 1 


9.18.O 


4 


I0.2. O 


Isaac Presson d° 


9.18.O 


4.10 


IO-2. IO 


Allen Breed d° 


9.18.6 


4.10 


I0.2. IO 


Jonas Adams d° 


9.18.O 


4.10 


10.2. 10 


Whitcomb Powers private 


9.18.O 


4.10 


10.2. IO 


Peter Shattuck 


9.18.O 


4.10 


10.2. IO 


Nathaniel Stratton 


9.18.O 


4.10 


10.2. 10 


James Chandler 


9.18.O 


4.10 


10.2,10 


John Thomas 


9.18.O 


4.10 


10.2. IO 


Allen Breed Jun r 


9.18.O 


4.10 


10.2.IO 


Nathan 1 Melvin 


9.18.O 


4.10 


10.2. 10 


John Melvin 


9.1S.O 


4.10 


10.2. IO 


Levi Spaulding 


9.18.O 


4 10 


10.2.IO 


Ephraim Forster 


9-lS.O 


4.10 


10.2. IO 


Jon a Wheat 


9.18- 


4.10 


10.2. IO 


Stephen Adams 


9.1S- 


4.10 


10.2. IO 


Simeon Hildrich 


9.1S- 


4.10 


I0.2.IO 


Leonard Parker 


9.18- 


4.10 


10.2. IO 


James Milliken 


9.1S- 


4.00 


I0.2. O 


Robert Smith 


9.1S- 


4.00 


I0.2. O 


George M c Clurg 


9.18- 


4.00 


I0.2 


Robert Swan 


9.18- 


4.00 


I0.2 


Joseph Babb 


9.18- 


4.00 


I0.2 


William Scott 


9.1S- 


4.00 


IO-2 


James Wilson 


9.1S- 


4.00 


I0.2 


Rob* M c Clurg 


9.1S- 


4.00 


I0.2 


Serjeant Page 


9.18- 


4.00 


I0.2 


John Gi'aham 


9.18- 


4 


I0.2 


Alexan r Robb 


9.1S- 


4 


I0.2 


William Russel 


0.18- 


4 


I0.2 


Jeremiah Russel 


9.1S- 


4 


I0.2 


Reuben Paige 


9.1S- 


4 


I0.2 


Samuel Parker 


9.1S- 


4 


I0.2 


John Handsom 


9.18- 


4 


I0.2 


Ezra Annis 


9.18- 


4 


I0.2 


David Hale 


9.18- 


4 


I0.2 


Peter Thomson 


9.1S- 


4 


I0.2 


John Tozer ^ 


9.1S 


4 


I0.2 


Peter Webster 


9.1S 


4 


I0.2 


Abel Jewit 


9.1S 


4 


10.2 


John Symonds 


9.18 


4 


I0.2 



334 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 





Advance pay to 






NAMES. 


Officers 2 Mo to 


Travel id per 






Soldiers i Mo & 


mile 


Amount 




bounty 






W m Greenwood 


9.18 


4 


I0.2 


Jonathan Morse 


9.1S 


4 


I0.2 


James Chandler 


9.18 


4 


I0.2 


Thomas Alden 


9.18 


4 


I0.2 


William Strongman 


9.18 


4 


I0.2 


Gardner Towns 


9.18 


4 


I0.2 


John Stanley 


9.18 


4 


I0.2 


John Smiley 


9.18 


4 


I0.2 


John Dole 


9.1S 


4 


I0.2 


Benj a Dole 


9.1S 


4 


I0.2 


Rob' Gil more 


9.1S 


4 


I0.2 


Richard Alexander 


9.1S 


4 


I0.2 


George Clark 


9.1S 


4 


IO-2 


William Smiley 


9.18 


4 


I0.2 


Hugh Gregg 


9.18 


4 


I0.2 


John Townsend 


9.1S 


4 


I0.2 


Jon a Blodget 


9 ..8 


4 


I0.2 


Isaac Proctor 


9.1S 


4 


I0.2 


Abel Woodward 


9.18 


4 


I0.2 


Benj a Goodenough 


9.1S 


4 


I0.2 


Peter Tozer 


9.18 


4 


I0.2 


Jeremiah Andrews 


9.18 


4.6 


10.2. 6 


Josiah Stone 


9.1S 


4.6 


10.2. 6 


Elijah Mansfield 


9.18 


4.6 


16.2. 6 


After Kirk wood 


9.1S 


4.6 


10.2. 6 


Aron Oliver 


9.1S 


4.6 


10.2. 6 


Joshua Forster 


9.18 


4.6 


10.2. 6 


Samuel Griffin 


9.18 


4.6 


10.2. 6 


William Prieste 


9.1S 


4.6 


10.2. 6 


David Townsend 


9.1S 


4.6 


10.2. 6 


Benjamin Ryan 


9.18 


4.6 


10.2. 6 


Leonard Brigham 


9.1S 


4.6 


10.2. 6 


Francis Fuller 


9.1S 


4" 


10.2 


Ezekiel Mixer 


9.1S 


4" 


10.2 


Davifl Perry 


9.18 


4" 


10.2 


Henry Bern us 


9.1S 


4" 


10.2 


James Phillips 


9.1S 


4- 


10.2 


Moses Mason 


9 .:S 


4 


10.2 


John Smith 


9.18 


4 


10.2 


Thomas Emery 


9.18 


4 


10.2 


Ephraim Adams 


9.18 


4 


10.2 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



335 



NAMES 


Advance pay to 
Officers 2 Mo to 
Soldiers i Mo 
& bounty 


Travel id per 
mile 


Amount 


Nath 1 Emerson 
Robert Mann 
Reuben Walton 


9-]8 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9.l8 


4 
4 
4 
4 


I0.2 
I0.2 
I0.2 
I0.2 




£956.9.0 



Ex d J Gil man 
State of New Hampshire Hillsborough ss 

July 1776 Pursuant to the order of the Council & Assembly I have 
Mustered and paid the Officers and Soldiers Made up in the Above Roll, 
they being all Ablebodied and effective men — 

Enoch Hale Muster and Pay Master Samuel Dudley Esq r 956. 9 — 
paid the extra wages to the Serjeants Corporals Drummer & Fifer 2.16 



Copy Ex d 



£959-5- 
J. Gilman 



[Captain Parker was of New Ipswich, Ensign Taggart of Peter- 
En.] 



borough. 



[ 2 -79] 



\_Captain William Barron 's Co.~] 



Muster and pay Roll of Cap* William Barrons Company in Col Isaac 
Wymans Regiment raised for Canada — Mustered & paid by Nahum 
Baldwin July 16 th 1776 



MENS NAMES 


Advance wages & 






bounty 


Sum total 


William Barron Cap* 


£l6. O.O 


£l6. O.O 


John Lund I st Lieu* 


IO. l6.0 


IO. 16.O 


Jonathan Burton 2 Do 


IO. l6.0 


IO. 16.O 


James Gilmore Ensign 


8. 0.0 


s— 


Nath 1 Haselton Serj* 


10. 6 


10. 6 


Richard Whitney 2 d D° 


10. 6 


10. 6 


Abijah Reed 


10. 6 


10. 6 



336 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 



Benja Vickery 
W m M c Cletir Corporal 
John Fletcher Do 
Josiah Parker D° 
Ephraim French serf 
Reuben dimming Drum 1 
John Field fifer 
George Bemaine private 
William Hardwick Do 
Aron Boucell Do 

Caleb Stevens 
Eleazer Readings 
Benjamin Stearns 
Ebenezer Rea 
William Co win 
Benjamin Bailey 
Charles Butterfield 
William Butterfield 
Abraham Hale 
John Cunningham 
John Combs 
Tim y Harrington 
Robert M c Knighte 
Jacob Wendall 
John Vickery 
Abijah Usher 
Thomas M c Cleur 
Abijah Perry 
Henry Stevens 
Ephraim Baker 
Jon a Greely 
William Park hurst 
Phinehas Farrington 
Caleb Putnam 
Asa Pierce 

Archelaus Putnam Jim* 
Archelaus Kenney 
Isaac Peabody 
Abraham Barton 
Geo Wilson 
Robert Gibbs 
Thomas Goodridge 



bounty 


Sum total 


10. 6 


IO. 6 


IO. 2 


IO. 2 


IO. 2 


IO. 2 


IO. 2 


IO. 2 


IO. 2 


IO. 2 


IO. 2 


IO. 2 


IO. 2 


IO. 2 


8. O 


8. O 


8. O 


8— 


9 .l8 


9.1S 


9.18 


9.1S 


9.18 


9.1S 


9.18 


9.1S 


9.18 


9.18 


9.18 


9 ..8 


9 ..8 


9 .,8 


9.18 


9.1S 


9.18 


9.1S 


9 ..8 


9.1S 


9.1S 


9.1S 


9.18 


9.18 


9.18 


9.18 


9 ..8 


9.18 


9.18 


9.1S 


9.18 


9.18 


9.18 


9.18 


9.18 


9.18 


9 ..8 


9.18 


9.18 


9.18 


9.1S 


9.18 


9-lS 


9.18 


9.18 


9.1S 


9.18 


9.18 


9.18 


9.1S 


9.18 


9.1S 


9.18 


9.18 


9.1S 


9., 8 


9.1S 


9.1S 


9.1S 


9.1S 


9.18 


9.18 


9.18 


9.1S 


9.18 


9.18 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



337 



MENS NAMES 


Advance wages & 
bounty 


Sum total 


Thomas Blanchard 


9.l8 


9.l8 


Thomas Killicut 


9.l8 


9.18 


Israel Ingalls 


9.18 


9.18 


Medad Combs 


9.18 


9.18 


Levi Lund 


9.18 


9.18 


Thomas Harris 


9.18 


9.18 


Peter Honey 


9.18 


9.l8 


James Jewett 
W m Stewart 


9.18 
9.18 


9.18 
9.18 


John Manahan 
Theodore Stevens 


9.18 
9.18 


9.l8 
9.l8 


John Burns 
Samuel Harris 


9.18 
9.18 


9.l8 
9.18 


Jonathan Lamson 
John Loyd 
Benj a Clark 
W m Small Jun r 


9.18 
9.18 
9.18 
9.18 


9.l8 
9.18 
9.18 
9.18 


Robert M c Ph arson 


9.18 


9.18 




£668. 6.0 



To my time and expences mustering and paying the 

above men JE1.10 

To 2 Journeys to Exeter for Orders & Making Re- 
turn — 1. 10 3 



Copy ex d 



£671. 6.0 
J. Gilman 

State of New Hampshire Amherst July 16 th 1776 

Pursuant to an Order from the Hon ble Council & Assembly I have 
Mustered & paid The Above Company they being all able bodied & 
Effective men 

Nahum Baldwin Muster & pay Master 

Exeter March 27 th 1777 The Above Roll is right Caste & amounts to 
Six hundred & Seventy one pounds six shillings 

Examin'd by the Committee on Claims 

Josiah Gilman Jun r 

in bhalf of the Com te * 
Copy ex d J Gilman 
26 



338 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[Captain Barron and Ensign Gilmore were of Merrimack, Lieut. 
Burton of Wilton. — Ed.] 



[2-80] [Col. yoshua Wentworth's Return. ~\ 

Colony of N Hampshire Portsm July 20 th 1776 

Return of One Hundred & fifteen men Raised from the First Regi- 
ment of Foot for s <l Colony, by an Order from Maj r General Folsom to 
reinforce the Army at Crown Point 
viz' 

Inlisted with Capt" Harper 

Sol Smith jun r Jeremiah Neal Dennis Sullivan 

Jeremiah Rollings William Moore jun r John Poor 

Eliphalet Rollings Furnal Wallace John M c Mahone 

Jonathan Hoit jun r Philip 'Johnson jun r 

Inlisted with Capt Stilson 

Winthrop Pickering jur James Ryan William Goings 

Joseph Redman Edw d Arms Samuel Lamb 

Benj a Redman 

Inlisted with Capt n Drew 

Stephen Harmon 

Inlisted with Capt Marston 

Thomas Marston 

Inlisted with Deacon Knowles, the Captain not Chosen 

Scipio Martin (a black) 

Inlisted with Capt 11 Arnold (includ 6 s d Captain) & pass d Muster & 

Marched for Crown Point 94 

115 Men 

Tosh Wentworth, Lieut 4 Col 



COLONEL JOSHUA WINGATE'S REGIMENT, 1776. 

[The retreat of our army from Canada caused considerable alarm 
on the frontier, and, a larger reinforcement seeming to be needed to 
check the advance of the enemy, the council and house met in com- 
mittee of the whole on the second day of July, and voted to raise 
another regiment of 750 men for that purpose. The number to be 
raised from each militia regiment was apportioned on the next day, 
and on the fourth of July Colonel Joshua Wingate, of Stratham, was 
appointed to take the command. Samuel Connor was appointed 
lieutenant colonel, and Moses Baker major. July 17 the committee 
of safety directed Col. Wingate to " repair to Charles Town on Con- 
necticut River," and take charge of such companies as he might find 
there, and proceed to join the northern army wherever it might be 
found. 

The field and staff officers were as follows : 

Field and Staff. 

Colonel, Joshua Wingate, Stratham. 
Lt. Col., Samuel Connor, Pembroke. 
Major, Moses Baker, Campton. 
Surgeon, Samuel Wigglesworth, Durham. 
Adjutant, James Underwood, Litchfield. 
Chaplain, Rev. Nathaniel Porter, New Durham. 
Paymaster, Joseph Bass, Portsmouth. 
Quartermaster, Timothy White. 
Surgeon's Mate, Samuel Moore. 

The following are the rolls of the companies : — Ed.] 



340 

[2-8.] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[ Captain David Quinby s Co.'] 



Col" Wingates July 1776 

The Roll of the men raised for Canada belonging to Col Josiah Bart- 
lett's Regiment Mustered and paid by me as followeth Viz. 



David Quinby Cap 1 
Jacob Webster i 8t Lieu 1 
John Eastman 2 do 
Ezekiel Gile Ensign 
William Richardson serf 
John Plumer D° 

Oliver Smith Blake D° 
Thomas Chales D° 

Isaac Heath Corp 1 
Sargent Wells D° 
Moses Stevens D° 
Ezekiel Merril D° 
Joseph Williams private 
Timothy Worth 
Jeremiah Dudley 
Samuel Quinby Jun r 
Benjamin Williams 
Annas Campal 
Barnet Thorn 
Samuel French 
Jacob Morril 
James Proctor 
Ephraim Win slow 
Jonathan Pollard 
Joshua Chase 
John Davis 
Moses Hunt 
Michael Carew 
Peaslee Hoit 
John Darling 
Andrew Mace 
John Welch Jun' 
William Collins Jun r 
Joseph Tucker 



Advance wages to 








the Officers & 








bounty with the 


Billeting 


Sum Total 


advance pay to 








the Soldiers 








<£l6. O.O 


£0.6.8 


£l6. 


6.8 


IO. l6.0 


O.6.8 


II. 


2.8 


IO. l6.0 


O.6.8 


II. 


2.8 


8. 0.0 


O.6.8 


8. 


6.8 


10. 6.0 


O.6.8 


10. 


12.8 


10. 6.0 


O.6.8 


10. 


12.8 


10. 6.0 


0.6.S 


10. 


12.8 


10. 6.0 


0.6.8 


10. 


12.8 


10. 2.0 


0.6.8 


10. 


8.8 


10. 2.0 


0.6.S 


10. 


8.8 


10. 2.0 


0.6. S 


10. 


8.8 


10. 2.0 


0.6.8 


10. 


8.8 


9.18.0 


0.6.8 


10. 


4.8 


9.1S.0 


0.6.8 


10. 


4.8 


9.18.0 


0.6. 8 


10. 


4.8 


9.18.0 


0.6.8 


10. 


4.8 


9.18.0 


0.6.S 


10. 


4.8 


9.1S.0 


0.6.S 


10. 


4.8 


9.1S.0 


0.6.S 


10. 


4.8 


9.18 


6.8 


10. 


4.8 


9.1S 


6.8 


10. 


4.8 


9.1S 


6.S 


10. 


4.8 


9.1S 


6.8 


10. 


4.8 


9.1S 


6.8 


10. 


4.8 


9.18 


6.8 


10. 


4.8 


9.18 


6.8 


10. 


4.8 


9.18 


6.8 


10. 


4.8 


9.18 


6.8 


10. 


4.8 


9.1S 


6.8 


10. 


4.8 


9.1S 


6.8 


10. 


4.8 


9.1S 


6.8 


10. 


4 .8 


9.1S 


6.8 


10. 


4.8 


9.1S 


6.8 


10. 


4.8 


9.1S 


6.8 


10. 


4.8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



341 



Reuben Stevens 
Stephen Flanders 
John Straw 
Samuel Huse 
Moses Jackman 
Enoch Heath 
Zebulon Getchel 
Ephraim Gile 
Samuel Heath 
Henry Elkins 
Phinehas Sargent 
John Wadleigh 
Timothy Currier 
Sherburne Tilton 
Daniel Watson 
Jeremiah Folsom 
Daniel Gilman 
Ezekiel Pollard 
Jeremy Smith 
Phinehas Ash 
Samuel Kimball 
Richard Hoyt 
Jeremiah Bean 
David Flanders 
James Huse 
Richard Heath 
Joseph Harry man 
Levi Hills 
Humphry Nichols 
Nehemiah West 
Thomas Fuller 
Abraham Darling 
Edmund Moulton 
Timothy Quinby 
Nathaniel Daniels 
Jonathan Bickford 
David Rand 
John Wiggin 
Jonathan Blake 
Solomon Wheeler 
John Chase 



Advance wages to 
the Officers & 
bounty with the 
advance pay to 
the Soldiers 



£9.18 
9.18 
9.18 
9.18 
9.18 
9.18 
9.l8 
9.18 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9.18 
9.18 
9-lS 
9.18 
9-lS 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9.18 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9-lS 
9-lS 
9.l8 
9.18 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9.l8 
9-lS 
9.l8 



Billeting 1 



£6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
0.0 
6.8 
6.8 
0.0 



Sum Total 



£lO. 
IO. 
IO. 
IO, 
IO. 
IO. 
IO. 
IO. 
IO. 
IO. 
IO. 
IO. 
IO. 
IO. 

9- 

IO. 
IO. 

9- 



4.8 
4.8 
4.8 
4.8 
4.8 
4.8 
4.8 
4.8 
4.8 
4.8 
4.8 
4.8 
4.8 
4.8 

18.0 
4.8 
4.8 

18.0 



0.0 


9. 


18.0 


6.8 


10. 


4.8 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


0.0 


9. 


18.0 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 


TO. 


4.8 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 J 


IO. 


4.8 


6.8 \ 


IO. 


4.8 



342 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Jacob Blasdel 
Stephen Thurston 
John Fi field 
Thomas VVadleigh Jun r 
To Lieu 1 Jacob Webster 
fifer & Drummer 



p r receipt for 



Advance wages to 
the Officers & 
bounty with the 
advance pay to 
the Soldiers 



£9.18 

9-lS 
9.18 
9-lS 



£6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.S 



Sum Total 



£lO. 4.8 
IO. 4.8 
IO. 4.8 

IO. 4.8 
8.0 



£815.18.0 



Those added to Londonderry or Nesmith Company 



Richard Dow Jun r I st Lieu* 


£10.16 




10.16 


Joshua Swan 


9.18 




9.18 


Joseph Sanders 


9.18 




9.18 


Peter Youring 


9.18 




9.18 


Thomas Currier 


9.18 




9.18 


Phinehas Dow 


9.18 




9.18 


Dudley Merrill 


9.18 




9.18 


Richard Kelly Jun r 


9.1S 




9.18 


John Hardey 


9.18 




9.18 


Daniel Ladd 


9.18 




9.18 


Daniel Crosbv 


9.18 




9.18 


David Messer 


9.18 




9.18 


John Lankster 


9.18 




9.18 


Jonathan Iiesseltine 


9.18 




9 ..8 


Timothy Duston 


9.18 




9.18 


Adam Cole 


9.1S 




9.18 


Joseph Parry 


9.1S 




9.18 


Abner Wheeler 


9.1S 




9.18 


Asahel Smith 


9.18 




9.1S 




£189. 0.0 



Colony of New Hampshire Exeter July 9 th 1776 

Credit as followeth viz 
I st By Order on the receiver General for £940. 0.0 

2 a By Ditt" 169.1S.S 



£1109.18.8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



343 



August 10 th 1776. 

I the Subscriber agreeable to Appointment of the Council and Assem- 
bly have Mustered the within named persons Soldiers gone in Col 
Joshua Wingates Regiment to Canada & paid them the several & re- 
spective sums Set against their names in this Roll they all being good 
Able bodied & Effective men 

sisfn'd Sam 1 Philbrick Muster Master 



[2-86] 



[Captain yames Arnold's Co.~\ 



Pay Roll of Bounty & Advance wages to Cap* James Arnolds Com- 
pany in Col Josh a Wingates Regim* for Ticonderoga 1776 



NAMES 


Advance wages 
& bounty 


Travel 


Sum total 


James Arnold Cap 1 


£l6. O.O 


8.4 


£l6. 8. 4 


Joshua Grant I st Lieut. 


IO. l6.0 


8.4 


II. 4.4 


John Clark 2 d D° 


IO. l6.0 


8. 4 


13. 6.4 


Mark Noble Ensign 


9.18.O 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


David Cops I st Serj* 


10. 6.0 


8.4 


IO.I4.4 


Mark Bratton 2 d D° 


10. 6.0 


8.4 


IO.I4.4 


John Caverly 3 d D° 
Mark Pitman 4 th D° 


10. 6.0 
10. 6.0 


8.4 
8.4 


IO.I4.4 
IO.I4.4 


Lazarus Holmes I st Corporal 


10. 2.0 


8.4 


IO.IO.4 


Samuel Orcutt 2 d D° 


10. 2.0 


8.4 


IO.IO.4 


Luke Forster 3 d D° 


10. 2.0 


8.4 


IO.IO.4 


Dennis Johnson 4 th D° 


10. 2.0 


8.4 


IO.IO.4 


James MTntyre Drumm r 


10. 2.0 


s. 4 


IO.IO.4 


Joseph Plai stead Fifer 


IO. 2 O 


8.4 


IO.IO.4 


Thomas Savage Private 
William Hart 


9.18.O 
9.18.O 


8.4 

8. 4 


10. 6.4 
10. 6.4 


Mark Akarman 


9.18.O 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


William Palmer 


9.18.O 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Samuel Goodwin 


9.18.O 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


John Bell 


9.18.O 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


William Plaistead 


9.18.O 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Jo si ah Beary 


9.18.O 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Benj a Peaverly 
James Pickett 


9.18 
9.18 


8.4 
8.4 


10. 6.4 
10. 6.4 


David Remick 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


John Jennis 
Solomon Thompson 
Mark Snider 


9.18 
9.18 
9.18 


8.4 
8.4 
8.4 


10. 6.4 

TO. 6.4 

10. 6.4 



344 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 





Advance wages 








& bounty 


Travel 


Sum total 


Elias Parcher 


9.18 


8. 4 


IO. 6.4 


John Libbey 


9.18 


8.4 


IO. 6.4 


Daniel Warner 


9 ..8 


8.4 


IO. 6.4 


Enoch Davis 


9..S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Timothy Watson 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Richard Ward 


9.1S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Sam 1 White Cate 


9.. 8 


8. 4 


10. 6.4 


William Priest 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


John Lord 


9.18 


S. 4 


10. 6.4 


Nath 1 Mendom 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Joseph Winkol 


9.1S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Jonathan Himtriss 


9.1S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


William Furnell 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Moses Noble 


9.18 


S. 4 


10. 6.4 


John Jackson 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


William Childs 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Thomas II ay ley 


9.18 


S. 4 


10. 6.4 


George Rollings 


9.18 


S.4 


10. 6.4 


Daniel Dayley 


9.18 


8.4 


:o. 6.4 


John Davis 


9.1S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Charles Mitchel 


9., 8 


S.4 


10. 6.4 


John Walls 


9.1S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Thomas Gammon 


9.18 


S.4 


10. 6.4 


John Sloper 


9.1S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


John Sampson 


9 ..8 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


John Cate 


9..S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Pomp White 


9.1S 


84 


10. 6.4 


Benaiah Bunker 


9.1S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


George Berry 


9..S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Jonathan Welch 


9.1S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Daniel Davis 


9.1S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Richard White Lang 


9.1S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Jerediah Pribble 


9.1S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Jonathan Edmonds 


9.1S 


S. 4 


10. 6.4 


Joseph Clark 


9.1S 


S. 4 


10. 6.4 


Daniel OBryant 


9.1S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Derby Day lev 


9..S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Edward Burley 


9.1S 


S.4 


10. 6.4 


Moses Perry 


9.1S 


S. 4 


10. 6.4 


Jon 11 Powers 


9.1S 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Thomas W'.ilden 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Sam 1 Rollings 


9.18 


S.4 


10. 6.4 


John Mills 


9.18 


S.4 


10. 6.4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



345 



NAMES 


Advance -wages 
& bounty 


Travel 


Sum total 


Sam 1 Lear 


9.l8 


8.4 


IO. 6.4 


Arch 1 Campbell 


9.18 


8.4 


IO. 6.4 


Gideon Hunt 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Boston Underwood 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


James Seaward 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


George Walton 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


William Rand 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Abraham Weeks 


9.18 


84 


10. 6.4 


Jam 8 Mclntyre 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Paul Goodwin 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Charles Howe 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Ebenez r Janvrin 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Seth Shackford 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Hatevil Nutter 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


John Pearson 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Benj a Seawards 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


James Neil 


9.l8 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Jonathan Leavitt 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Benj a Leavitt 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


John Clark 


9.l8 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Thomas Calley 


9.18 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Thomas Feazy 


9.l8 


8.4 


10. 6.4 


Monwel Petegrence 


9.l8 


8.4 


10. 6.4 



12 Days Attendance (a) 6/ 

Hors hire & expences to Exeter 

p d M c Intyre Drummer — 

A New Drum 44/ 3 d p d Smith for Ferralds Gun 5 /6 



£982 


11. 


4 


3 


12 
12 
12 




2 


10 


9 



£989.18.1 



Portsmouth July 20 th 1776 pursuant to my Order from the General 
Court I have mustered the Above Company Who are able bodied Effec- 
tive men & well Accoutred & have paid them the Advance wages Bounty 
& travel as above 

signed Sam Sherburne Muster & pay Master 



346 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[2-90] [ Captain Daniel Emerson's Co.~\ 

A Roll of Cap 1 Daniel Emerson Jun" Comp y in Col Wingates Regi- 
ment in the Continental Service As Mustered & paid by Asa Davis Mus- 
ter Master July 1776 



MENS NAMES 


Advance 
wages & 

bounty 


MENS NAMES 

Isaac Flagg 


Advance wages 
& bounty 


Daniel Emerson Jun r Cap 1 


£l6. O.O 


9.18 


William Merril i 8t Lieu 1 


lO.lS 


Elias Dickey 


9.18 


Obadiah Parker 2 d Lieu 1 


IO.l6 


Edmund Tarbell 


9.18 


Moses Grimes Ensign 


8. 


Thomas Emerson 


9.18 


Samuel Abbot Serj 1 


10. 6 


Nicholas Youngman 


9.18 


Oliver Elliot D° 


10. 6 


John Youngman 


9.18 


John Caldwell D° 


10. 6 


Thomas Patch 


9.1S 


Sam Hill D° 


10. 6 


Joseph Stevens 


9.18 


Stephen Hadley Drum 1 " 


10. 2 


Daniel Blood Jun r 


9.18 


Josiah Fisk Fifer 


10. 2 


Ebenezer Townsend 


9.1S 


John Loring private 


9 ..8 


Jesse Worcester 


9.18 


Ichabod Eastman 


9.18 


Enoch Noyes 


9.18 


Ephraim Chandler Chase 


9.18 


Elijah Noyes 


9.1S 


Micajah Chase 


9.18 


Sam 1 Phelps 


9.18 


Thomas Searls 


9.18 


Ralph Emerson 


9.1S 


Timothy Pollard 


9.18 


John How 


9.18 


Joshua Chase 


9.18 


Lemuel Wright 


9.18 


Amos Kenny 


9.18 


Oliver Lawrence Jun r 


9.18 


Sam 1 Caldwell 


9.1S 


Benj a Farley Jun r 


9.1S 


Thomas Caldwell 


9.18 


Nath 1 Patten 


9.18 


Richard Marshall 


9.1S 


Solomon Pearce 


9 ..8 


John Pollard Jun r 


9.18 


Josiah Blood 


9.18 


Ebenezer Pollard 


9.18 


John Bali 


9.18 


James Dickey 


9.1S 


John Dutton 


9.18 


David Ames 


9.18 


Samuel Squire 


9.18 


James SimpsonThompson 


9.18 


Samuel Elliott 


9.1S 


James Piper 


9.18 


John Swallow 


9.1S 


William Darrah 


9.18 


Nathan Hall Jun r 


9.18 


William Parker 


9.1S 


Samuel Smith 


9.18 


Reuben Barnes 


9.16 


Joshua Davis 


9.1S 


James Thompson 


9.18 


William Miels 


9 .,8 


Isaac Stevens Jun r 


9.18 


Oliver Hodgman 


9.18 


Benj" Lewis 


9.18 


Henry Hall 


9.18 


Joseph Blanchard 


9 .,8 


James Scripture 


9.18 






.£68 1. 4.0 






P d for the Corporal 


16 




£682. 0.0 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



347 



State of New Hampshire July i6* h 1776 I the Subscriber being- 
appointed by the General Court Muster Master & pay Master of said 
Company to muster & pay them their first Months wages & Bounty have 
Accordingly Mustered them and find them Effective Able bodied men 
well Accoutred & have paid them as above Set Down but as they had 
not Chosen their Corporals before they marched I paid sixteen Shillings 
more into the hands of Lieu* Parker to be paid them when Chosen for 
which I have his receit 

Sign d Asa Davis 



[ 2 -93] 



[Cap tain John Nesmith's Co.~\ 



The Roll of a Company raised for Canada service from Col Thorn- 
tons and Col Bartletts Regiments Mustered & paid by me as followeth 
Viz 



NAMES 


Advance wages to the 
Officers Bounty & ad- 
vance to the Soldiers 


Billeting' 


John Nesmith Cap* 


£l6. O.O 


6.3* 


Richard Dow I st Lieu* 


O. O.O 


6-3 


Alexander Grahams Lieu* 


IO.l6 


6-3 


Samuel Cherry Ensign 


8. 0.0 


6-3 


Robert Dinsmore serj* 


10. 6.0 


6-3 


David Davidson D° 


10. 6.0 


6-3 


Joshua Swan D° 


0. 8.0 


6-3 


Solomon Todd D° 


10. 6.0 


6 -3 


John M c Cay Corporal 
David Messer D° 


10. 2.0 
4.0 


6-3 
6-3 


Jedediah Hardy D° 
William Dickey D° 


10. 2 
10. 2 


6-3 
6-3 


Michael George Drummer 
Timothy Duston fifer 
John M c Clurg Private 


10. 2 

4 
9.18 


6-3 
6-3 
6-3 


Joseph Mash 
Samuel Thompson 


9.18 
9.18 


6-3 
6-3 


Timothy Down 


9.18 


6-3 


Matthew Anderson 


9.18 


6-3 


John Anderson 
William Rogers 


9.18 
9.18 


6-3 
6-3 


Robert McClure 


9.18.0 


6-3 


James Ewins 


9.18 


6-3 


James Boyes Jun r 
John Orr 
Samuel Rowel 


9.18 
9.1S 
9.18 


6-3 
6-3 
6-3 



348 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 





Advance wages to the 




NAMES 


Officers Bounty & ad- 
vance to the Soldiers 


Billeting 


John Humphrey 


9.18 


6-3 


John Cox 


9.18 


6-3 


Edward Cox 


9.18 


6-3 


John Anderson Jun r 


9.18 


6-3 


Thomas White 


9.. 8 


6-3 


Ephraim White 


9.18 


6-3 


Joseph Mack 


9.18 


6-3 


James Moor 


9.18 


6-3 


Samuel Eyers 


9.18 


6-3 


John Vance 


9.. 8 


6-3 


John Ramsey 


9.18 


6-3 


David George 


9.18 


6-3 


William Dickey 


9.18 


6-3 


Jonathan Gregg 


9., 8 


6-3 


Hugh Alexander 


9.18 


6-3 


Abner Andrews 


9.18 


6-3 


Peter Jenkins 


9.18 


6-3 


Alexander Craig 


9.18 


6-3 


William Coleby 


9.18 


6-3 


Patrick Fling 


9.18 


6-3 


William Adams 


9.18 


6-3 


James Boyes Jun r 


9.18 


6-3 


Jonathan George 


9.18 


6-3 


John Job 


9.18 


6-3 


Allen Hopkins 


9.18 


6-3 


Nath 1 Hemphill 


9.18 


6-3 


James Gilmore 


9.18 


6-3 


Nicholas Vickstrom 


9.18 


6-3 


Samuel Dinsmoor 


9.18 


6-3 


Hugh Graham 


9.18 


6-3 


James Foster 


9.18 


6,3 


John Campbell 


9.1S 


6-3 


Charity Kilket 


9.1S 


6-3 


William Hardy 


9.1S 


6-3 


Daniel Gage 


9.1S 


6-3 


Jonathan Griffin 


9.18 


6-3 


Joseph Corliss 


9.18 


6-3 


Zebulon May 


9.1S 


6-3 


Abijah Asten 


9.18 


6-3 


Joseph Sanders 




6.8 


Peter Youring 




6.8 


Thomas Currier 




6.8 


Phinehas Dow 




6.8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



349 



NAMES 


Advance wages to the 
Officers Bounty & ad- 
vance to the Soldiers 


Billeting 


Dudley Morrel 










6. 8 


Richard Kelly 










6. 8 


John Hardy 
Daniel Ladd 










6. 8 
6. 8 


Daniel Corlis 










6. 8 


John Lankester 










6. 8 


Jonathan Heselton 
Adam Cole 










6. 8 
6. 8 


Joseph Perry 
Abner Wheller 










6. 8 
6. 8 


Asahel Smith 










6. 8 




£611.16 


£22.14. 7 




ces of Mu 


stering & 


paying 


25. 7.11 
5.17.11 


2.13. 4 


TotheChg 6 &expen 


25. 7. n 




£643. 1. 10 





This Company Mustered the 11 Day of July and marched the 22 d Day 
of the same Month 

Per John Bell 

Muster Master & pay Master 

August 10 th 1776 The Subscriber appointed Muster Master & pay 
Master by the Council & Assembly hereby Certifies that he has mustered 
& paid the persons named in the foregoing Roll the sums set against 
their respective names and that they are good able bodied & Effective 
men well Accoutred 

Sign d John Bell 



35° 
[2-97] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 
[ Cap tain Samuel Nay's Co.'] 



A Roll of Cap 1 Samuel Nays Company in the Northern Army in the 
Continental Service as mustered & paid by Cap* Ezekiel VVorthen 
Muster Master & pay Master of Said Company Muster'd July 10 th 1776 



MENS NAMES 


Advance wages 
& bounty 


Billeting 


Sum total 


Samuel Nay Cap' 


£l6. O.O 


7.6 


£l6. 7.6 


Caleb Tilton Lieu 1 


IO. l6.0 


7.6 


II. 3.6 


Thomas Leavitt Lieut 


IO. l6.0 


7.6 


II. 3.6 


Dudley Sanborn Ensign 


9.1S.O 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Tim Blake Lock Serf 


TO. 6.0 


7.6 


IO.I3.6 


Moses Blake Serj 4 


10. 6.0 


7.6 


IO.I3.6 


Thomas Shepherd Corp 1 


10. 2.0 


7.6 


10. 9.6 


David Moulton Corp 1 


10. 2.0 


7.6 


10. 9.6 


Bradbury Green Drum 1- 


10. 2.0 


7.6 


10. 9.6 


Theophilus Colby private 


9.18.O 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Thomas Colby 


9.18.O 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Nathaniel Rowel 


9.18.O 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


William Clough 


9.1S.O 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Levi Flanders 


9.1S.O 


7.6 


TO. 5.6 


Ezekiel French 


9.18.O 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Asa Marten 


9.18.O 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Ward 


9.18.O 


7.6 


IO. 5.6 


Jonathan perkins 


9.1S.O 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Jonathan Hilliard Shaw 


9.18.O 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Joseph Chandler 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Levi Eaton 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Ebenezer Gove 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Samuel George 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Henry George 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Nehemiah Chase 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Benjamin Eaton 


9-lS 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Aaron True 


•9.IS 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Jeremiah Brown 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


William Gill 


9-lS 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Thomas Creighton 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Beck man 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


William Swain 


9-lS 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Mobs Moulton 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


James Hobbs 


9.18 


7.6 


IO. 5.6 


Samuel Marston 


9.1S 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Drake 


9.IS 


7.6 


10. 5.6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



351 



MENS NAMES 


Advance wages 
& bounty 


Billeting 


Sum Total 


Caesar Loney 








John Moulton 


9 .i8 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Samuel Lamprey 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Murphy 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Micajah Morril 


9.18 


7 i 


10. 5.6 


Jonathan Palmer 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Cesar Small 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Edmund Philbrick 


9 ..8 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Paul Long 


9 .,8 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Zaccheus Brown 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Simon Philbrick 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Samuel Hobs 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Jonathan Godfrey 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Long 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Robert Marshal 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Phillip Burns Corp 1 


IO. 2 


7.6 


10. 9.6 


Benjamin Hilyard 


9.18 


7 i 


10. 5.6 


Melcher Ward 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Elisha Eaton 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Rowland Carr 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Elisha Prescut 


9.18 


7 i 


10. 5.6 


Daniel Davidson 


9.18 


7-6 


10. 5.3 


Humphrey Flood 


9 .,8 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Thomas Arnold 


9.1S 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Rawlins 


9.18 


7.6 


10. s.6 


Samuel Woodman 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Elijah Brown 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Jonathan Perkins 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Daniel Gookin 


9.18 


7.6 


10. s-6 


Timothy Dalton Corp 1 


IO. 2 


1\ 


10. 9.6 


Levi Marston 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Benj a Smith 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.8 


Walter Neal 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Thomas Marston 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Thomas Lovering 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


David Marston Jun r 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Coffin Page 


9.18 


7.6 


10. s.6 


Ezekiel Knowles 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Richard Taylor 


9.18 


7.6 


10. s-6 


Benjamin Foss 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Nap than Porter 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 




£800.17.6 



352 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



October 24 th 1776 The Above Roll Amounting to eight Hundred 
pounds seventeen & six pence is right Cast & well Vouched 

Exam d sign d Jos Gilman 

one of the Committee on Acct 8 

1776 July io ,h The State of New Hampshire to Ezekiel Worthen D r 

To Cash paid Capt Sam 1 Nay & his Company Advance 

wages bounty & Billeting'® pr the within Roll £800.17.6 

To Mustering & paying said Company Traveling Expences 

&c — 2.10 



£803. 7.6 

July 10 th 1776 Agreeable to the Appointment of the Hon ble Council 
& House of Representatives I have Mustered the Above & foregoing 
Named persons Soldiers gone in Col Wingates Regiment for Canada & 
paid them the several sums set against their names in this Roll they all 
being good Able bodied men 

Sig nd Ezekiel Worthen 



[2-101] [Captain Simon Marstoris Co.'] 

A Muster Roll of the men mustered in Cap 1 Marstin's Company by 
Thomas Bartlett Muster Master for the men raised in Colonel Gilmans 
Regiment 







Ad 


vance 


Gun & 






MENS NAMES 


Place of Abode 


wages & 


Blanket 


Travel 


Sum Total 






Bounty 


Money 


Money 




Simon Marstin Cap 1 


Deerfield 


l6. 


O.O 




O.6.3 


l6. 6.3 


Zebulon Barber i sl Lieu 1 


New M 1 


IO. 


l6 




6-3 


II. 2.3 


Andrew M c Gaftey 2 d Lieu 1 


Epsom 


IO. 


l6 




6-3 


II. 2.3 


W m Bennet Ensign 


Exeter 


8. 


O.O 




6-3 


8. 6.3 


James Rundlet Drum 1- 


Do 


9- 


O.O 


0.1S.0 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Josiah Clark Jun r Fifer 


Nott'g 


9- 


4 


iS 


6-3 


10. 8.3 


Simeon Marshal priv 1 


Exeter 


9- 


0.0 


iS 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Edward Eastman 


Do 


9- 


0.0 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3. 


John Wadleigh 


Do 


9- 


0.0 


iS 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Eleaxer Ferguson 


Do 


9- 


0.0 


iS 


6-3 


10. 4.3. 


James Creighton 


Do 


9- 


0.0 


iS 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Levi Robertson 


Do 


9- 


0.0 


iS 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


David Fogg 


Do 


9- 


0.0 


iS 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Seth Fogg 


Do 


9- 


0.0 


iS 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Simon Drake 


Do 


9- 


0.0 


iS 


6,3 


10. 4.3 


Thomas Webster 


Do 


9- 


0.0 


iS 


6-3 


10. 4.3. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



353 







Advance 


Gun & 






MENS NAMES 


Place of Abode 


wages & 


Blanket 


Travel 


Sum Total 






Bounty 


Money 


Money 




Simon Oilman 


Exeter 


9. O.O 


l8 


6-3 


IO. 4.3 


Moses Leavit 


Do 


9. O.O 


l8 


6-3 


IO. 4.3 


Abraham Sherrif 


Do 


9- O.O 


l8 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Elijah Vickery 


Do 


9- O.O 


l8 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Kinsley H James 


Do 


9. O.O 


l8 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Samuel Daniels 


Do 


9- O.O 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Simeon Palmer 


Do 


9- O.O 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Samuel Dutch 


Do 


9. O.O 


l8 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


William Gushing 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Peter Stillings 


New Mar 1 * 


9 


l8 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


David Robertson 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Samuel Gilman 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Benj a Stevens 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Jacob Folsom 


Do 


9 


18 


6,3 


10. 4.? 


John Neal 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Samuel Ward 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Zebulon Doe 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


John Watson 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


James Moody 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Peter Harsey 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Benjamin Smith 


Epping 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Samuel Drown 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.^ 


Josiah Barber 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Daniel Croas 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.^ 


Josiah Clark 


Notting m 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.; 


Abel Leathers 


Epping 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.; 


John Thurston 


Deerfield 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.; 


George Wallis 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.: 


Josiah Batchelder 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


IO. A.^ 


Jonathan Batchelder 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.: 

io. 4.; 


Abraham True 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


John Farril 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.; 


Garsham Marsh 


Do 


9 


iS 


6-3 


10. 4.; 


James Brown 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.^ 


William Rand 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.; 


James Griffen 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.^ 


Peter Leavitt 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.: 

10. 4.; 


John Batchelder 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


Samuel Leavitt 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.; 


Jonathan Blue 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4. J 


Benjamin Folsom 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.; 


William Towl 


Do 


9 


1 18 


6-3 


10. 4.; 


26 













354 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 


Place of Abode 


Advance 
wages & 
Bounty 


Gun & 
Blanket 
Money 


Travel 
Money 


Sum Total 


William Prescott 


Raymond 


9 


18 


6-3 


io. 4.3 


James Wells 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


IO. 4.3 


W ,n M c Crellis 


Epsom 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Neal M c GarTey 
Benj a Kenniston 
Joshua Atvvood 
Joseph Bickford 


Do 

Do 
Do 
Chichester 


9 
9 
9 
9 


18 
18 
18 

iS 


6-3 
6-3 

6-3 
o.o 


IO. 4.3 

10. 4.3 

10. 4.3 

9.18.0 


Nath 1 Kenniston 


Epsom 


9 


iS 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Samuel Philbrick 


Chichester 


9 


18 


o.o 


9.18 


Thomas Mason 


Do 


9 


iS 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Jeremiah Garland 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Reuben Cram 


Do 


9 


18 


O.O 


9.18.0 


Nathaniel Chase 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Jonathan Green 


Do 


9 


18 


6-3 


10. 4.3 


Richard Sargent 
Jonathan Gilman 


Do 
Do 


9 
9 


18 

iS 


6-3 
6-3 


10. 4.3 
10. 4.3 



Cash paid Cap 1 Marstin for the Advance wages for the Ser- 
jeants & Corporals & Drummer 



£760.19.9 



2.12 



763.1 1.9 
p r Thomas Bartlet Muster master 
Cap 1 Marstins Comp y March* July 22 d 1776 

State of new Hampshire August 10 th 1776 

The subscriber appointed by the Colony of New Hampshire A Mus- 
ter Master have mustered & paid the within Company Agreeable to said 
Roll They all being good Able bodied Effective men & 

p r Tho' Bartlet 






[2-I04] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[ Captain William Humphrey s Co.~\ 



355 



A Roll of Cap* William Humphreys Company in the Northern Army 
in the Continental service as mustered & paid by Samuel Ashley Esq r 
Muster master & paymaster of said Company 



MENS NAMES 


Advance Wages 
and bounty 


Billeting 


Sum total 


William Humphrey Cap* 


£8. 


0.0 


o-3-3 


£8. 3.3 


William Symonds I st Lieu* 


5- 


8.0 


2.6 


5.10.6 


Israel Whipple 2 d Lieu 1 


5- 


8.0 


3-3 


5-n-3 


Moses Belding Ensign 


4- 


0.0 


2.6 


4. 2.6 


Seth Alexander Serj* 


lO. 


6.0 


3-4 


10. 9.4 


Benj a Ellis D° 


IO. 


6.0 


2.1 


10. 8.1 


Samuel Cummins D° 


IO. 


6.0 


3- 2 


10. 9.2 


Nathaniel Blanchard D° 


IO. 


6.0 


1.6 


10. 7.6 


Joseph Metcalf Corporal 


IO. 


2 


2.6 


10. 4.6 


James Heaton D° 
Dan Whipple D° 


IO. 


2 


2.6 


10. 4.6 


IO. 


2 


3-4 


10. 5.4 


Uriah Temple Fifer 


IO. 


2.0 


1.6 


10. 3.6 


John Wooley Drummer 


IO. 


2 


3-4 


10. 5.4 


Robert Newton Private 


9- 1 


8 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Joseph Latham 


9 .] 


[8 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Nathaniel Oak 


9- ] 


.8 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


James Franklin 


9- 


[8 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Nathaniel Smith 


9 .] 


[8 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Henry Miles 


9 .i 


[8 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Zachariah Field 


9.] 


8 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Waitstill Elger 


9- 


8.0 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Joshua Whittemore 


9- 


8.0 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Elihu Field 


9.] 


[8.0 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Jon a Phiney Holmes 


9- 


[8.0 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Christopher Askin 


9- 


[8 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Asa Bond 


9.] 


[8 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Zebulon Streeter 


9.] 


[8 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Jonathan Wood 


9.] 


[8 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Joseph Dav 


9- 


:8 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


W m Carpenter 


9.] 


[8 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Amasa Parker 


9.] 


[8 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Enoch Cumings 


9.] 


[8 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Levi Rug 


9.] 


[8 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Naboth Betison 


9.] 


[8 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


William Moore 


9.] 


[8 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Josiah Prime 


9- 


[8 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Nathan Heaton 


9- 


[8 


2.6 


10. 0.6 



356 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 


Advance Wages 
and bounty 


Billeting 


Sum Total 


Benjamin Follet 


£9.18 


2.6 


«£io. 0.6 


Abraham Griffin 


9.18 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


John Rine 


9.18 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


VVyatt Gunn 


9.18 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Samuel Fuller 


9.18 


2.1 


10. 0.1 


Daniel Willson 


9.18 


2.1 


10. O.I 


Nathan Carpenter 


9.18 


2.1 


10. O.I 


Joseph Thatcher 


9.18 


2.1 


10. O.I 


Henry Ellis 


9.18 


2.1 


10. O.I 


Amos Hicks 


9.. 8 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Asa Hicks 


9.. 8 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Azariah Comstock jr 


9.18 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Oliver Garnsey 


9.18 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Amos Garnsey 


9.18 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Simpson Hammond 


9.18 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Ebenezer Peters 


9.. 8 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


James Tilson 


9.18 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


John Garnsey jr 


9., 8 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Moses Comstock 


9.18 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


Dan Freeman 


9.18 


3-4 


10. 1.4 


John Pratt 


9.18 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


James Wheeler 


9.18 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Joseph Medcalf jr 


9.18 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Thomas Metcalf 


9.18 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Elijah Watson 


9 .l8 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Gustavus Bingham 


9 -l8 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Amasa Cob urn 


9.18 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


John Peacock 


9..S 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Jacob Thompson 


9.18 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Josiah Powers 


9.1S 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Ebenezer Porter 


9.1S 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Joseph Pettes 


9.18 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


Amos Patridge 


9.. 8 


2.6 


10. 0.6 


William Flagg 


9..S 


3-2 


10. 1.2 


Benj a Stone 


9.18 


3-2 


10. 1.2 


Nathaniel Sanger 


9.18 


3-2 


10. 1.2 


Benjamin Mi not 


9.1S 


1.6 


9.19.6 


Simeon Cobb 


9.18 


1.6 


9.19.6 


Manasseh Sawyer jr 


9.18 


1.6 


9.19.6 


William Day 


9.18 


1.6 


Q.19.6 


Simeon Dagget 


9.18 


1.6 


9.-9.6 


William Martin 


9.1S 


1.6 


9.19.6 


Thomas Nelson 


9.1S 


1.6 


9.19.6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



357 



MENS NAMES 


Advance wages 
and bounty 


Billeting 


Sum total 


Aaron Brown 
Seth Gilbert 
Benjamin Thompson 
Asa Wilcox 


£9.18 
9.18 
9.18 
9.l8 


1.6 
1.6 
1.6 
1.6 


£9.19.6 
9.I9.6 
9.I9.6 
9.I9.6 



To the charges & expences mustering & paying 



£828.10.10 
5-15- 4 



£834. 6. 2 
Colony of New Hampshire Aug 1 1776. 
Having been Appointed by the Council & Assembly of said Colony 
Muster Master & pay Master of the bounty & first months wages & Bil- 
leting the Above Mentioned Company I have mustered them & found 
them able bodied Effective men & Well Accoutred & have paid them as 
Entered Above 

sign d Sam 1 Ashley 

1776 The State of New Hampshire to Samuel Ashley Dr 

To raising mustering paying & giving marching Orders to 
Cap* W m Humphreys Comp ny of Col Wingates Regiment 
being 12 Days in that Service — (a) 6s 3- 12 

To expences in the service — 1.10 

To Horse hire fifty Miles— 8. 4 

To Cash paid the Company as per Muster Roll 828.10.10 

To making Out the Roll & returning it ^ 

Sep* 13 th To cash returned into the treasury — 119. 15.10 



The Above C r 
By Cash rec d of the Treasurer 
By Ditto of Esq r Giles & Col Wyman 



954. 2. o 



940 
14.2 



Exeter Sep 4 1776 Errors Excepted 



954- 3 

Samuel Ashley 



The Above Ace 1 is right Cast & well Vouch'd 

J Hurd for the Committee 

In the House of representatives Sep* 13 th 1776 

The within Account being read & Considered Voted that the same be 
Allowed & passed 

P White Speaker 
In Council Sep 1 14 th 1776 read & Concurred 

E Thompson Secty 



358 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[2-IO4] 



\_Captai?i Willia?n Barron's Co.~\ 



A Muster & Pay Roll of Men raised for Canada Out of Col Daniel 
Moores Regiment Mustered & paid by Moses Kelly Esq 1 " all Mustered 
July 22 nd 1776 







2 Months pay to 






MENS NAMES 


Towns where they 
belonged 


Officers 1 Months 
Day & bounty to 
Soldiers 


Billeting 


Sum 
total 


William Barron Cap* 


Lyndeboro' 


£l6. O.O 


5 


16.5 


Whitefield Gilmore i Bt Lieu' 


Bedford 


IO.l6 


5 


I I.I 


Stephen Bartlett 2 d Lieu* 


Pembroke 


IO.l6 


5 


I I.I 


David Scobey Ensign 


N Boston 


s 


5 


3-5 


David Gregory Drum r 


Bedford 


IO. 2 


5 


10.7 


George Orr private 


Do 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


Samuel Fugard 


Do 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


Patrick Murphey 


Do 


9.1S 


5 


10.3 


James Steel 


Do 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


Jonah Tirrell 


Do 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


W m Carr 


Do 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


George Little 


Goffstown 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


Joshua Bell 


Do 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


Benjamin Walker 


Do 


9.1S 


5 


10.3 


James Man 


Do 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


William Houston 


Do 


9.1S 


5 


' 10.3 


Samuel Smith 


Do 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


Timothy Johnson 


Do 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


Joseph Fyence 


Do 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


John Todd 


Do 


9.1S 


5 


10.3 


Matthew Kennedy 


Do 


9.1S 


5 


10.3 


John Brown 


Francestown 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


John Nichols 


Do 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


William Montgomery 


Do 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


William Brown 


Do 


9.1S 


5 


10.3 


Robert Butterfield 


Do 


9.1S 


5 


10.3 


John Reynolds 


Lyndeboro' 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


Isaac Day 


Do 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


Samuel Stevens 


Do 


9.18 


5 


10.3 


James Barnum 


Do 


9.1S 


5 


10.3 


John Savage 


Do 


9.1S 


5 


10.3 


John Rowe 


Do 


9.1S 


5 


10.3 


Phillip Fletcher 


Do 


9.1S 


5 


10.3 


Reuben Bachelder 


Do 


9.1S 


5 


10.3 


Peter Russel 


Do 


9.1S 


5 


10.3 


Asahel Styles 


Do 


9.IS 


5 


10.3 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



359 



MENS NAMES 


Towns where they 
helonged 


Hezekiah Hamblet 


Lyndeboro' 


Joseph Allinwood 
John Carkin 


bo 

Do 


John Boffee 
Samuel Butterfield 


Do 
Do 


Josiah Wood 


Goffstown 


Tobias Butler 


N. Boston 


Samuel Patterson 


Do 


James Cochran 


Do 


Thomas Langdell 
Joseph Haselton 
John Smith 


Do 
Do 
Do 


Thomas Smith 


Do 


James Clark 


Do 


Samuel Spiller 


Do 


Abner Hogg 
Alexander Walker 


Do 
Do 


Robert Walker 


Do 


Robert Patterson 


Do 


John Jameson 


Dunbarton 


Thomas Huse 


Do 


John Mills 
Asa Burn ham 


Do 

Do 


Jacob Sargeant Coleby 
Nathan Can* 


Do 

Do 


Samuel Coleby 
Samuel Kimball 


Do 
Pembroke 


Nathaniel Lakeman 


Do 


David Frye 


Do 


Benjamin Hagget 
Levi Carter 


Do 
Do 


Asa Foster Jun r 


Do 


James Head 


Do 


Jonathan Elliot 


Do 


Ephraim Garvin 


Do 


Samuel Kelly 
Thomas Stickney 


Do 
Do 


Jeremiah Abbott 


Do 


Thomas English 
William Knox 


Society [land] 
Pembroke 


Nathaniel Smith 


Do 


Eliphalet Connor 


Do 



2 Months pay t° 




Officers i Months 




pay & bounty to 


Billeting 


Soldiers 




9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9., 8 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.1S 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 1 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9., 8 


5 


9.18 


5 


9-.S 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9., 8 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 


9.18 


5 



360 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 







2 Months pay to 






MENS NAMES 


Towns where they 
belonged 


Officers i Months 
pay & bounty to 


B'lleting 


Sum total 






Soldiers 






Samuel M c Connel 


Pembroke 


9.l8 


5 


IO.3 


John Lawder 


Do 


9.18 


5 


IO.3 


John Quinby 


Do 


9.18 


5 


IO.3 


John Cook 


Do 


9.18 


5 


IO.3 


Eliphalet Norris 


Do 


9.l8 




IO.3 


John Knox 


Do 


9.18 


5 


IO3 


Phedrias M c Cutten 


Do 


9.18 


5 


IO.3 


John Cochran 


Do 


9.l8 


5 


IO.3 


James Knox 


Do 


9.18 


5 


IO.3 


Joseph Cochran 


Do 


9.18 


5 


IO.3 


Nathaniel Martin 


Do 


9.18 


5 


IO.3 


James Martin 


Do 


9.l8 


5 


ro.3 


John Beten 


Do 


9.l8 


5 


10.3 


Benjamin Norrise 


Do 


9.l8 


5 


10.3 


John Jenness 


Do 


9.l8 


5 


10.3 




£960.6 


P d Cap 1 Barron the extra pay for 4 Serjeants 


4 Corporals 


& 1 




Fifer They not being Appointed when mus 


tered 




2.12 




962.18 


Small Roll 








204 . 1 8 



August 22 nd I the Subscriber agreeable to Appointment of the Council 
& Assembly have Mustered the within named persons Soldiers gone in 
Col° Joshua Wingate's Regiment to Canada & paid them the several & 
respectives sums Set against their names in this Roll They all being Able 
bodied & Effective men 

Sign' d Moses Kelly Muster Master 

The Amount of the Roll 962.1 8 

The Charge & expences of Mustering & paying &c p r Ace* 8.14.8 



971.12.8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



36l 



[2-IoS] 



[ Captain jfosefth Badger's Co.~] 



Muster & Pay Roll of men rais'd for Canada out of Col° Evan's & Col 
Badgers Regiments mustered & paid by James Knowles Esq r 



MENS NAMES 



Joseph Badger Jun r Cap* 
Elijah Dinsmore Lieu* 
Samuel Wallingford 2 nd Ditto 
John Parsons Ensign 
James Hobbs Jun r I st Serf 
William Ray 2 nd Ditto 
Micah Davis 3 d Ditto 
Ebenezer Blake 4 th Ditto 
Chase Wiggin Corporal 
Bradbury Sinkler ditto 
David Whitehouse ditto 
Richard Sinkler Drum 1- 
Joshua Sinkler Fifer 
-John Allen private 
Ebenezer Garland Jun r 
Thomas Pinkham 
Richard Morris 
John Rawlings 
Timothy Ricker 
John Leighton 
Tristram Heard 
Jacob Leighton 
Daniel Peavey 
David Watson 
Eleazer Rand 
John M c Duftee 
Joseph Allard 
Ephraim Berry 
James Goodwin 
Samuel Perkins 
Joseph Brown 
Roger Swain 

Thomas Hanscom in the | 
room of Isaac Hall j 
Benjamin Hawkins 
William Gray 
Samuel Grav 



2 Months pay to Offi- 
cers One Months 
pay & bounty to 
Soldiers 



£l6. O.O 
IO. l6.0 
l8 

8. 0.0 
10. 
10. 



10. 

10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 

9- 



6.0 

6.0 

8.0 

6.0 

4.0 

2 

2 

2 

2.0 

8.0 

8.0 

8.0 

8.0 

8.0 

8.0 

8.0 



Travelling Fees 



7 i 
7.6 

7 i 
7.6 

7.6 

7.6 

7.6 

7.6 

7.6 

7.6 

7.6 

7.6 

7.6 

7.6 

7.6 

7.6 

7.6 

7.6 

7.6 

7.6 

7 i 

7.6 

7.6 

7.6 
7.6 
7.6 

7.6 
7.6 

7 i 
7.6 

7.6 

7.6 

7.6 



Sum Total 



IO. 
IO. 
IO. 
IO. 
IO. 
IO. 
IO. 



16. 7.6 

II. 3.6 

1. 5.6 

8. 7.6 
10.13.6 

10.13.6 

15.6 

10.13.6 

11.6 

9.6 
9.6 
9.6 
9.6 
5.6 

5* 
5-6 
10. 5.6 
10. 5.6 
10. 5.6 
10. 5.6 
9.18.0 
10. 5.6 

5* 

5-6 
5-6 
5* 
5-6 
9.18 
10. 5.6 
10. 5.6 
10. 5.6 
10. 5.6 

10 .5.6 

10. 5.6 

9.18.0 

10. ^.6 



10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 
10. 



362 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 





2 Months pay to Offi- 


1 




MENS NAMES 


cers One Months 
pay and bounty to 
Soldiers 


Travelling Fees 


Sum total 


Stephen Dudley 


9.18 


7.6 


IO. 5.6 


David Clough 


9.18 


7.6 


IO. 5.6 


John Avery 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Thomas Currier 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Jonathan Gilman 


9.. 8 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Jabez James 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Jonathan James 


9.1S 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Stephen Huckins 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Nathaniel Dow- 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Mastin 


9 ..8 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Jonathan Magoon 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


vSamuel Ma loon 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Drake 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Jonas Carter 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Cooley 


9.18 


7.6 


10 5.6 


Benjamin Burleigh 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Stephen Gilman Ethridge 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Glidden 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Jonathan Larrey 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Stephen Scribner 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Fullington 


9.1S 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Piper 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


William Rogers 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Benjamin Jones 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Akins 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Samuel Meeder 


9.1S 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Nathaniel Berry 


9.1S 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Thomas Parshley 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Otis 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Joseph Felker 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Elijah Otis 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Moses Babb 


9.1S 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


William Chadwick 


9.1S 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Roberts 


9.1S 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Miles Ford 


9 .!S 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


William Furness 


9.1S 


0.0 


9.18.0 


Benjamin Wille 


9.. 8 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Cornelius Denbo 


9.1S 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Edward Leathers 


9.. 8 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Elias Critchet 


9..S 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Nathaniel Jenkins 


9.. 8 


7.6 


IO. 5.6 


John Nock 


9.1S 


7.6 


10. 5.6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



363 





2 Months pay to Offi- 






MENS NAMES 


cers One Months 
pay & bounty to 
Soldiers 


Travelling Fees 


Sum Total 


George Horn 


9.l8 


7.6 


- IO. 5.6 


Moses Pinkham 


9.l8 


7.6 


IO. 5.6 


Andrew Johnson 


9.l8 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Aron Leighton 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Samuel Williams 


9.18 




9.18.0 


James Davis 


9.T8 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


James Rawlings 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Richard Hayes 


9.l8 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Gershom Plummer 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Barker 


9.l8 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Stephen Wingate 


9.1S 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Banfill Parshley 


9.l8 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


John Emerson in the room ) 
of John Pearl J 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Scip Martin 


9.l8 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Francis Blake 


9.l8 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Winthrop Durgin 


9.18 


7.6 


10. 5.6 


Jeremiah Richardson 


9.18 


7.6 


10. $.6 


Robert Tibbets 


9.18 


7-6 


10. 5.6 




£963.8.6 



Cash paid Jonathan Bickford as Corporal being Mustered 
by Major Philbrook 



To the expences & Charge of Mustering & Enlisting as p r 
Ace* herewith 



963.12.6 

9. 2.7 

972. 15. 1 



State of New Hampshire Augs* 29 th 1776 I the subscriber Appointed 
by the State Aforesaid A Muster Master Have Mustered & paid the 
within Company Agreeable to said Roll They all being Able bodied 
Effective men & well Accoutred 

Sign d James Knowles 



364 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[2-1 1 2] \_Colonel Joseph Badger's Letter, July, 1776.^ 

To the Hon ble The Committee of safety for the Colony of Newhampshire 

Gentlemen — Pursuant to orders from Nath" Folsom Esq Maj r General 
I have proportioned the men sent for on the several Companys in my 
Regiment and the officers have Returned the Names of the men and as 
sent for Except two wanting from Leavitt's town, and two from Middle- 
town, and as there is no Militia officers Chosen there I applyed to the 
select men and Committee of safety and they say that their men are so 
many gone in the warr that they cant Raise any more as to Leavitts 
town, if there should be Danger of Indians I think they are Exposed as 
they are the out side and the select men Dont Incline to spare any out of 
their town, and so I shall Come four short of the Number sent for which 
I hope you 1 please to abate as Leavitts town, Tamworth and Sandwich 
are frontier towns, as my Regiment is so Extensive for Land I have or- 
dered my men to be muster d next frieday at Gilmantovvn, and to Come 
prepared to march forward as they shall have orders there is Between 
fifty and sixty that are to pass muster who are to have Liberty of Choos- 
ing their officers they have Unanimously agreed upon their Cap 1 and 
first Lieu* if they Can have Incouragement they will Equip themselves 
and go with the men, the men w r ill be all muster d on frieday and Ready 
to march and Wait your further orders I am Gentlemen Your Hon 1- most 
obed* Hum bl Ser 4 

Joseph Badger Colonel 
of the tenth Regiment 
of Militia in the Colony 
of New hampshire 
Gilmantown July y e 15 th 1776 



[2-1 14] [Colonel Badger 's Return, July, 1776.^ 

Colony of New hampshire ) 

Strafford ss j Gilmantown July 23 d 1776 

Pursuant to a vote of the Council and Assembly and by orders from 
the Major General of this Colony I have Raised out of the Regiment 
under My Command to Reinforce the Army supposed to be at Crown 
Point the several men hereafter Named as follows (viz) 

Mustered by 

James Knowles Esq and Marched in Cap 1 Badgers Company 

Joseph Badger Ju r Stephen Huckins Stephen Scribner 

John Parsons Nathaniel Dow John Fullerton 

Francis Blake William Ray J onn Pipe'' 

Winthrop Durgan John Marston William Rogers 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



365 



Bradbury Sinkler 
Richard Sinkler 
Jeremiah Richardson 
Stephen Dudley 
Robert Tibbitts 
David Clough 
Joshua Sinkler 
John Avery 
Thomas Currier 
Jonathan Gilman 
Jabez James 



Ebenezer Blake 
Jonathan Meegoon 
Samuel Meeloon 
John Drake 
Jonas Carter 
John Cooley 
Benj n Burley 
Stephen Gilman Eth- 

ridge 
John Glidden 
Jonathan Lary 



John Folsom 
Stephens Burley 
William Burley 
William Eastman 
Chase Wiggin 
Jonathan Buzzell 
John Barker 
Jonathan Smith 
Jonathan James 



Mustered by Coll Baker and gone in the same Company 
Ephraim Roberts J onn Powell 

Mustered by Coll Baker and gone in Cap* Drews Company 



Joseph Runnils 
John York 
William Chandler 
Peavey 



Jesse Wiggins 
Henry Wentworth 
Josiah Wiggins 
Job Allard 



John Wentworth 
Benjamin Home 
Richard Colomy 



Benj n Mooney Listed with Cap* Harper 
Samuel Winslow gone with Cap* Marston 



Mustered by Coll Walker and gone with Cap* Shepard 



Moses Randal 
Jonathan Smith Ju r 
Ezekiel Danford 



Samuel Mackeriss 
Thomas Crosbey 
Jonathan Smith 



Marched with Cap* Badger 
Marched with Cap* Drew 
Marched with Cap* Shepard 
D° with Harper 
D° with Marston 



Jonathan Morrison 
Timothy Somes 
Elisha Cummins 

44 
10 



65 



There is Eight wanting of the Number Required which are 

from Leavitts town two 
from Tamworth two 
from Middletown three 
from Sandbornton one 

The Reasons are as follows (viz) 

Leavitts town having no officers nor selectmen nor Committee of safety 
I applyed to Tho s Parsons Esq who said that they were so Exposed be- 
ing the frontier town that he thought it would not be safe to spare any 
men out of that town, and Did not think he could possibly Raise any 



366 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

The Cap* of Tamworth writes to me that the state of their town, is 
that they have fourteen men now in the service and but twelve men at 
home fit for Duty but with Great Difficulty he had obtained one man 
who appeared on muster Day but on hearing his Complaint and the 
Captains Letter by advice of Dea c Knowles the muster master I released 
him. 

The Select men of Middletown were Desired to Raise five men that be- 
ing their proportion, and they made Return that there were so many of 
their men now in the service that they had Done all in their power and 
could Raise but three and on muster Day one of the Select men came 
with two of the men and said that the third was taken sick and Like to 
Remain so there was but two mustered 

The Cap 4 of Sandbornton says that they have twenty six men now in 
the service but notwithstanding he Raised the men sent for but Co 11 
Walker the muster master put by one by Reason he was so small and 
the Cap* prays he may be Excused from Raising another to supply his 
place by Reason it would be attended with so much Difficulty 

Co 11 Evans Taxed me Publickly at Concord for obtaining an order for 
my men to march, by misrepresenting the Number of my Company but 
if I Did it was what was Impossible for anyone to avoid for if I Remem- 
ber I wrote that my Company would Consist of Between fifty and sixty 
men, and at that time I had Return of five men from Wakefield five from 
New Durham, one from middletown, and one from Tamworth, that they 
would appear on muster Day but afterwards ten of them Enlisted with 
Cap 1 Drew and one proved sick and one I Released which no man 
Could foresee, which twelve men added to forty four now Gone would 
make fifty six which would I think agree very near what I wrote, Not- 
withstanding all Coll Evans parade about the superourity of his Regi- 
ment and of the ancient town of Dover when we met at Concord it was 
in the power of my men to have Chosen Every officer but when the Cap 1 
was Chose I spoke to my men and Desired that they would Consent 
that Coll Evans men should Nominate the two Lieutenants which they 
Unanimously agreed to had Coll Evans 6 men been more in Numbers 
than mine I believe it is the opinion of the Gentlemen spectators that he 
would not have advised as I Did, I would not have been so troublesome 
but as my Character Laboured I thought it necessary to sett the matter 
Clear I am your Honours most ob l Hum bl ser* 

Joseph Badger 

To the Honourable the Committee of safety for the Colony of New 
hampshire 



COLONEL PIERSE LONG'S REGIMENT, 1776. 



[In committee of safety, August 7, 1776, "The Committee taking 
into consideration the necessity of completing the Battalion now at 
Portsm in order to make them Continental Troops, gave the follow- 
ing Captains orders to compleat their companies, Viz : Caleb Hodg- 
don, Ebenezer Dearing, Timothy Clements, John Calfe, Nathan 
Brown, now down there; Mark Wiggin, John Brewster, & Peter 
Coffin to raise companies." This action was taken in consequence, 
also, of the prospect of an attack on the forts by the enemy from the 
seaward. The five companies mentioned above were filled up, three 
new companies enlisted, and on the twenty-fifth of September Colonel 
Long was ordered to take command of them. They were called 
"Matross Companies," and were organized into a battalion on the 
continental basis, and stationed for the defence of Piscataqua Harbor 
until November 23, when they were ordered by General Ward to re- 
inforce the army at Ticonderoga, and marched for that post in Feb- 
ruary following. 

Field and Staff Officers. 

Colonel, Pierse Long, Portsmouth. 
Lt. Col., Hercules Mooney, Durham. 
Major, Caleb Hodgdon, Dover. 
Adjutant, James McClure. 
Surgeon, Hall Jackson, Portsmouth. 
Surgeon's Mate, James Howe. 
Quartermaster, George Gains, Portsmouth. 



[2-1 1 7#] 



[ Colonel Long's Staff Pay- Roll. ,] 



A Staff Role for part of a Regiment Already Raised und r the Comm d 
of Pierse Long 1777. 







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1776 








Pierse Long 


Colo 


Sept 19th 


Deer 7, 


2 mo 18 days 


£*s 


£Z9- 0.0 


Hercules Moonev 


LtCo 


do 


do 


do 


12 


31. 4.0 


Caleb Hodgdon 


Major 


do 


do 


do 


10 


26. 6.0 


James McClure 


Adjutant 


do 


do 


do 


8 


20.16.0 


James How 


Drs Mate 


27th 


do 


2 mo 10 days 


5.8J— 


12. 12.0 




650.8s- 


,£129.12.0 



368 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

January 6 th 1777 The Above is a True Roll 

per Pierse Long C° 

Mem Major Gains Acted as Quarter Master from 19 th of Sep 1 until the 
Court Set — 

Should The General Court pay Each Officer One months Wages 
from the Seventh of Dec r 1776. To Jan y 7 th 1777. The am 1 will be as 
follows — — — Viz 1 — — — 

Pierse Long C° 1 months pay .£15.0.0 

Hercules Mooney — L 4 C° d° 12.0.0 

Caleb Hodgdon — Maj r d° 1 0.0.0 

James M'Clure Adjutant— d° 8.0.0 

James How Doc" Mate — d° 5.8.0 

50.8.0 



180.0.0 



A True Role Jan^ 6 th 1777 

Pierse Long C° 

Exeter January 7th 1777 — 
This Roll is right Cast — Exam d by the Committe on Claims 

Joseph Gilman 

State of New Hampshire, Jan y 7 th 1777 — 
To Nicholas Gilman Esqr R G 

Pursuant to a vote of Council & assembly pay this Roll of Coll Peirse 
Longs Staff Officers amounting to one Hundred & Eighty Pounds being 
up to the seventh of January 1777 — 

M. Weare Pies' 

[The following are the rolls of Col. Long's regiment, with the ex- 
ception of Capt. Ebenezer Deering's company, which has not been 
found : — Ed.] 



[2-1 18] [Captain Caleb Hodgdon 's Co., Long's Regime?it.~\ 

Newcastle August y c 23, 1776. 
We the Subscribers do Acnoledge to have Rec d of Caleb Hodgdon the 
Sum of fifty two Shillings lawful money it being one month advance 
wages and two dolers as blanket money for listing with him in the Con- 
tinental Service for twelve months if not discharged Sooner 

John Butler Timothy Gerrish T JJ 

hi. t 1 ik if .Lsaac /\ nute 

Tohn X Dore J ohn Moone y --* 

J m „ k James Edgerley Matthew Melcher 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



369 



Robart X Husse 

mark 

Ebenezer Hanson 
Henry Bell 
Patrick Tobyne 

his 

Jonathan X Dore 

mark 
his 

Benjamin X Pinner 

mark 

Sam Chesley 
Samuel Tuttle 
dudley adams 
Joseph Adams 
Daniel Paul 
Samuel Bickford 
Ichabod Butler 
James Boyce 
Michael Ryan 
Eliakim Bickford 



Ebenezer Crommel 
William Brotten 
James Downs 
Jotham Nute 
James Ryan 
Samuel Todd 

his 

James X Ricker 

mark 

John Starbord 
Stephen Runels 
John young 

the 

Thomas X Rines 

mark 

Ebenezer Adams 
William Brassbridge 

his 

Amos X Kenney 

mark 

John Neal 
Samuel Stacpole 



Simeon Rawlins 
Ephraim Tebbets 
Timothy Corson 
Samuel Wentworth 
Richard hogsdon 
William Butler 
David Nason 
Josiah Chase 
John Taylor 
Nathan Roberts 

his 

Samuel X Roberts 

mark 
his 

Tobias X Ricker 

mark 

Isaac Pridham 

his 

John X Collins 

mark 

Hanson Hodgdon 



[Captain Hodgdon was promoted to major September 19, and 
this company was subsequently commanded by Captain Abraham 
Perkins. — Ed.] 



[2-1 1 9 ] 



[ Captain Mark Wiggins' s Muster JRoll."] 



A Muster Roll of Cap* Mark Wiggins's Company in Coll. Long Reg- 
iment Mustered By Benjamin Barker muster master 





NENS NAMES 


Rank 


place of Abode 


when Mustered 


T 


Mark Wiggin 


Cap* 


Stratham 


Aug 8 * 22 th 


2 


Ezekiel Worthing 


Lieu* 


Epping 


August 30 


3 


Thomas Brackett 


Lieu* 


Greenland 


d° 


4 


Alexan d Gerrish 


Serj* 


Berwick 


Oct r 21 


5 


Thomas Robinson 


d° 


Epping 


Sep* 30 


6 


Walter Wiggin 


d° 


Stratham 


d° 


7 


John Goss 


Corporal 


D: 


d° 


8 


Sam 1 Elkins 


d° 


Epping 


d° 


9 


Benj a Wiggin 


d° 


Stratham 


d° 


10 


Nathan Blake 


d° 


Epping 


d° 


11 


Simon Wiggin 


Fifer 


Stratham 


d° 


12 


Nicholas Mason 


Drummer 


D: 


By Cor 1 N : Gilmara 


x 3 


James Gordon 


Private 


Epping 


Aug 8 * 27 th 


H 


Joseph Thirston 


d° 


Stratham 


Sep* 30 th 



28 



370 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 





MENS NAMES 


Rank 


place of Abode 


when Mustered 


15 


Jon a Allen 


Private 


Stratham 


Sep 1 30 th . 


16 


Josiah Allen 


d" 


D: 


d° 


*7 

18 


Joseph Sparks 


d° 


D: 


d» 


Robert Rawlins 


d° 


Durham 


d» 


I 9 


Joseph DollofT 


d° 


Epping 


d° 


20 


Nicholas Marriner 


d° 


Stratham 


d° 


21 


Moses Sanburn 


d° 


Kingston 


d» 


22 


Joel Judkins 


d° 


Epping 


d° 


2 3 


Stephen Leavitt 


d° 


D: 


d° 


24 


Joseph Jenness 


d° 


D: 


d° 


2^ 


Judah Hackett 


d° 


D: 


d° 


26 


Benj a Fox 


d° 


Raimond 


d° 


2 7 
28 


James Fulinton 


d° 


D: 


d° 


Gordon Burleigh 


d° 


Epping 


d» 


29 
3° 


Josiah Sanburn 


d° 


D: 


d° 


Sam 1 Fogg 


d° 


D: 


d° 


3i 
3 2 

33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 

39 
40 

4 1 
42 

43 
44 

45 
46 

11 

49 
5o 
5 1 

5 2 
53 


Josiah Brown 


d° 


D: 


d° 


Sam 1 Cram 


d° 


D: 


d° 


Theo' Norris 


d° 


D: 


d° 


John Robinson 


d° 


Meredith 


d° 


Elisha French 


d° 


Stratham 


d° 


Simon Winslow 


d° 


Epping 


d° 


Elijah French 


d° 


Stratham 


d° 


Henry Kennison 


d° 


D: 


d° 


Daniel Rawlins 


d° 


D: 


d° 


John Leavitt 


d° 


D: 


d° 


Rich d Dolloff 


d° 


Exeter 


d° 


Joel Lord 


d° 


D: 


d° 


Leonard Weeks 


d° 


Stratham 


d° 


Robert Crimbal 


d° 


D: 


d° 


Elijah Wiggin 


d° 


D: 


d° 


Andrew Gate 


d° 


D: 


d° 


Joseph Dolloff 


d° 


Exeter 


d° 


William Lucy 


d° 


Greendlan 


d° 


Ezekiel Hoi man 


d° 


Raimond 


d° 


Thomas Lord 


d° 


Stratham 


d° 


Wheeler Burleigh 


d° 


D: 


d° 


Benj a Perkins 


d° 


Exeter 


d° 


Nathaniel Wadleigh 


d° 


Epping 


d° 


54 

57 


Sam 1 Kennison 


d° 


D: 


d° 


Sam 1 Hambleton 


d° 


Lond 11 Derry 


Nov r 8 th 


Jedediah Weeks 


d° 


Durham 


D° 4 th 


Sam 1 Johnson 


d° 


Greenland 


Octr 30 th 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



371 





MENS NAMES 


Rank 


place of Abode 


when Mustered 


ss 


William Chelsea 


Private 


Exeter 


Nov. 5 th 


S9 


Jerry Hardy 


d° 


Noth m West 


D° 13 th 


60 


William Perkins 


d° 


Concord 


D° 5 th 


61 


David Ela 


d° 


Lond n Derry 


Dec r 3 d 


62 


James Parker 


d° 




Octr. 21 st 


63 


Joseph Kennison 


d° 


Exeter 


Sep* ^0 


64 


Jeremiah Robinson 


Sergent 


Epping 


Dec 8 th 



Benjamin Barker Muster master 



Col 1 Long from Sept r 19. to Dec r 7 th is 2 M° 18 d s fa) 



Lieu* Col 1 Mooney — d° — 
Majer Hodsdon — d° — 
Adj M c Clure— d°— 

James Howe Surgeons Mate 



d° 
d° 
d° supposed at 



£ 

12 
10 



39 
3i- 
26 
14. 

H 



£124.10 



[2-120] 



[ Captain John Brewster's Co.~\ 



Muster and pay roll of Captain John Brewsters Company in Col 1 Pierse 
Long's Continental Battalion, Muster* d & paid by Otis Baker Esq r on 
the third Day of September 1776 — 



NAMES 


Months ad- 
vance pay 


Blanket Money 


Total 




£sd 




S d 


John Brewster Captain 


8.0.0 




£8. 0.0 


Paul Nute Lieu* 


5.8.0 




5. 8.0 
5. 8.0 


Jacob Daniel 2 Lieu* 


5.8.0 




John Bergin Ensign 


4.0.0 


S 


4. 0.0 


John Demerit Sergeant 


2.8.0 


£0.I2.0 


3. 0- 


Enoch Burnum Serg* 


2.8.0 


O.I2.0 


3. 0.0 


Stephen Berry Serf 


2.8.0 


O.I2 - 


3. 0.0 


James Butler Serj* 


2.8.0 


O.I2 - 


3- ° - 


Benjamin Hoit Corporal 


2.4.0 


O.I2.0 


2.16- 


James Colman Corp 1 


2.4.0 


O.I2.0 


2.16 - 


James Tuttle d° 


2.4.0 


O.I2.0 


2.16 - 


Stephen Roberts d° 


2.4.0 


O.I2.0 


2.16 - 


Anthony Nutter Rollins Drummer 


2.4.0 


O.I2.0 


2.16 - 



372 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



NAMES 


Months ad- 
vance pay 


Blanket Money 


Total 




£sd 




S d 


John Cutt Fifer 


2.4.0 


.£0.12.0 


£2.l6- 


Samuel Richards 


2.0.0 


0.12.0 


2.12 - 


Moses Rollins 


2 — — 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Amos Spencer 


2 — 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Henry Buzzel 


2 — 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


David Daniels 


2 — 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Charles Ricker 


2 — 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Thomas Gerrish 


2 — 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Conner Pitman 


2 — 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Thomas Clemons 


2 — 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Thomas Cook 


2 — 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Daniel Jackson 


2 — 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Reuben Ricker 


2 — 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


James Critchet 


2 — 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


John White house 


2 — 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Andrew Tuttle 


2 — 


0.12 - 


2.12 — 


Stephen Henderson 


2.0.0 


0.12.0 


2.I2.0 


John Richards 


2.0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Amos Place 


2.0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 — 


George Ricker 


2.0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Charles Whitehouse 


2.0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Edward Peavy 


2.0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Robert Heard 


2.0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Michael Sudrick 


2-0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 — 


Isaac Libbey 


2.0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Abraham Runals 


2-0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Thomas Kynaston 


2-0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


William Hart 


2-0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


John Wille 


2-0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Amos Hayes 


2-0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


William Roberts 


2-0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Daniel Foss 


2-0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Ephraim Daniels 


2 r O - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Richard Door 


2.0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Jacob Hossom 


2.0 - 


0. 12 - 


2.12 - 


John Tuttle 


2.0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Jonathan Daniels 


2.0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Lemuel Perkins 


2.0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Philip Tibets 


2.0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Gilbert Perkins 


2.0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Robert Cole 


2.0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


John Whitehouse jun* 


2.0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 


Benjamin Furbush 


2.0 - 


0.12 - 


2.12 - 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



373 



NAMES 



Abner Young 
Abraham Morrison 
Israel Huckins 
Solomon Harford 
Joseph Daniels 
Theophilus Drew 
Reuben Chesley 



Months ad- 
vance pay 



£sd 

2.0 - 
2.0 - 
2.0.0 
2.0 - 
2.0 - 
2.0 - 
2.0 - 



Blanket Money 


£o 


12 - 


o 


12 - 


o. 


12. 


o. 


12 - 


o 


12 - 


o. 


12 - 


o. 


12.0 





Total 



S d 

2.12 - 
2.12 - 
2.12.0 
2.12.0 

2.12 - 

2.12 - 
2.12 - 

£l79.0.0 



This Roll amounting to One hundred & Seventy nine pounds is well 
vouched and right Cast — 

Exam 3 by the Committee on Claims. — 

Joseph Gilman 



374 



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[2-127] [Captain yosiah Russell's Co. of Raiigers.^ 

A Musterroll of Cap 1 Josiah Russells Company of Rangers who 
Signe'd an Inlistment 24 th of Sep 1 1776, The time they ware Mustered 
and the Money Each of them Rec d — 



When Mustered 


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Half Months 
Pay 


Blanket Money 


Sum Total 






£ s d 


£ s d 


£ s d 




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1 


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D r The State of New Hampshire to Jonathan Chase — 
1776 
Oct r To paid 50 Men one half Months pay & blanket money 

as per die within Roll — S3. 15 — 

To paid Cap* Russell for Blanket money for 4 Men 

mustered by Charles Johnston Esq 1- 
To mustering & paying the within men 



1777 
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Sept r By Cash receiv'd from the Treasurer- 
Exeter January 28 th 1777. 

Errors Excepted 



The Balance of this Ace* paid by discounting £3-5 due to Col 1 Chase 
on his Ace* for Mustering Cap* Russells Corn 7 and 23^ p d by him to the 
Treas^ 

Exeter January 28 th i777* The above Account is well Vouched and 
right Cast, the ballance due to the State is four pounds Eight Shillings — 
Examin'd by Committee on Claims — 

Josiah Gilman Jun r 

[Captain Russell was of Plainfield. He was appointed captain of 
the second company of rangers September 14, 1776. — Ed.] 



COLONEL THOMAS TASH'S REGIMENT, 1776. 

[A special convention of the council and assembly was held Sep- 
tember 14, 1776, to consider the matter of raising more men to rein- 
force the army in New York, at which it was " Voted, That there be 
raised in this state one thousand men officers included, to reinforce 
the army of the United States of America at New York, to be divided 
into two Regiments, eight Companies to a Regiment, to be in the 
service until the first of December next unless sooner discharged." 
September 17, Thomas Tash, of Durham, an old French War officer, 
was appointed to the command of the first regiment, the field and 
staff officers of which were as follows : 

Colonel, Thomas Tash, Durham. 

Lt. Col., Joseph Welch, Plaistow. 

Major, William Gregg, Londonderry. 

Surgeon, John Cook. 

Adjutant, Joseph Smith. 

Q. Master, Jonathan Chesley, Barnstead. 

The following are the rolls of the several companies. — Ed.] 



[2-129] [Colonel Task's Staff Roll, Septe?nber, 1776. ~] 

Col Thomas Tash's Regiment raised by the State of New Hampshire 
in September 1776 and sent into the State of New York being one 
Months Advance wages to the Officers a bounty of six pounds to each 
Non Commissioned Officer & private one penny per mile travel and one 
penny in Lieu of baggage Waggons 



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Staff Roll 



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Advance 


Travel 


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Joseph Welsh L* Col 

William Gregg Major 

John Cook Surgeon 

Joseph Smith Adjutant 

Jonathan Chesley Quarter master 


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p r Josiah Gilman Jun r 



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[2-129] 



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A Muster Roll of Cap* Nathan Sanborns Company in Col Tash's 
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Advance 






NAMES 


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Deerfield 


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Thomas George 




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Jonathan Foss 




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Zephaniah Butler 




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Samuel Johnson 


Northwood 


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2.IO 


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Nathaniel Morrill 


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6 


2.IO 


8.10 



398 



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Advance 






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Place of Abode 


wages & 
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Travel 300 miles 


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Do 


6 


2. IO 


8.10 


Joseph Judgkins 




6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Josiah Chase 




6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Moses Chase 




6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Josiah Sawyer 




6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Stephen Chase 




6 


2.IO 


S.10 


George Seavey 




6 


2. IO 


S.10 


Joseph Jones 




6 


2.IO 


8.10 


William Simpson 




6 


2.IO 


S.10 


Josiah Prescott 




6 


2.IO 


8.10 


John Simpson 




6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Tristram Folsom 




6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Chase Paige 




6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Samuel Hardy 




6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Daniel Ward 


Brentwood 


6 


2.10 


S.10 


Benjamin Ward 


Do 


6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Jonathan Morrison 




6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Richard Tandy 




6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Levi Thing 




6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Abner Burbank 




6 


2.10 


S.10 


Edmund Pilsbury 




6 


2.IO 


8. TO 


Joshua Run diet 


Deerfield 


6 


2. IO 


S.10 


John Woodbury 


Do 


6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Edward Samborn 


Do 


6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Samuel Scribner 


Poplin 


6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Curtiss Bean 


Do 


6 


2. IO 


8.10 


Benjamin Brown 


Do 


6 


2.IO 


S.10 


Jonathan Smith 




6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Nathan Clough 




6 


2.IO 


8.10 


Thomas Rowel 




6 


2.IO 


S.10 




294-- 


I30. O - 




Officers Wages — 




17.S- 




£441. S.o 



State of New Hampshire 

Nottingham Septem 1 " 20 th 1776 
Pursuant to the Order of the Hon ble Council & Assembly I have mus- 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



399 



tered & paid the Above Officers & Soldiers they being all able bodied 
Effective men 

(sign'd) Tho s Bartlet Muster & paymaster 

This Roll amounting to Four hundred forty one pounds eight Shillings 
is well Vouch'd & right Cast 

Examin'd Joseph Oilman one of the 
Committee on Accounts 
Copy ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r 



[2-132] 



\_Captain Da?zlel Gordon's Co.~\ 



Muster Roll of Capt Daniel Gorden's Company in Col 1 Tash's Regi- 
ment raised to reinforce the Continental Army at New York mustred 
September y e 20 th 1776 — 



NAMES 


Place of abode 


Advance 
& Bounty 


Billitirg 


Total 






£ 


£ S 


£ S 


Daniel Gordon Cap* 


Epping 


8.0 


2.10 


10. 10 


Zebulon Gilman Lieu* 


Exeter 


5-3 


2.10 


7.18 


Jon a Norris Ensign 


D° 


4.0 


2.10 


6.10 


Paul Brown Fifer 


Epping 


6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Joseph Burleigh Priv te 


D° 


6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Edward Moody 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Simon Dearborn 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


David Perkins 




6- 


2.10 


8. 10 


Benj a Barber 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Eben r Dow 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Tho s Stevens 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Eliphalet Calley 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Joseph Prescot 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


John Prescot 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Joseph Gale 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Josiah Norris 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Richard Robinson 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Jeduthan Farrah 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Job Sherburn 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Winthrop Dow 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Eben r Osgood 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Zebulon Dow 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Josiah Edgerly 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Thomas Clough 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Jon a Calley 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 


Sam 1 Haley 




6- 


2.10 


8.10 



400 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



NAMES 


Place of abode 


Advance 
& Bounty 


Billiting 


Total 






£ 


£ S 


£ S 


James Drake 


Epping 


6- 


2.IO 


8. TO 


Dole Parson 


Exeter 


6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


Josiah Rollins Jun r 


D° 


6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


Jeremiah Foss 


New ket 


6- 


2.IO 


8. TO 


John Medor 


D° 


6- 


2.IO 


8. TO 


Walter Bryant Jun r 




6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


John Mason 




6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


Reuben Doe 




6- 


2.IO 


8. TO 


Jon a S : Dudley 




6- 


2. TO 


8. TO 


Zebulon Davis 




6- 


2. [O 


S.io 


Elisha Thomas 




6- 


2.IO 


8.io 


Jona n Burleigh 




6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


Dudley Smart 




6- 


2.IO 


8. TO 


Lewis Kenistone 




6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


Jon a Robinson 




6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


Rufus Ewers 




6- 


2.IO 


8.io 


Theo 8 Wiggins 




6- 


2.IO 


8.io 


Benj n Pinner 




6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


Nath 1 Colby 




6- 


2.IO 


8.io 


Walter Neal 




6- 


2.IO 


8.io 


Caleb Thurstin 


Exeter 


6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


Benj n Connor 




6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


Dudley Watson 




6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


David Jewett 




6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


James Gorden 




6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


Samuel Smith 




6- 


2.IO 


8. TO 


Daniel Barker 




6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


Jona Woodman 




6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


Abraham Brown 




6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


Sam 1 Moody 




6- 


2.IO 


S.io 


John Nealey Jun r 




6^- 
6- 


2.IO 
2.IO 


S.io 






£483.18 



This Roll amounting to Four Hundred Eighty three pounds Eighteen 
Shillings is well vouched & Right Cast 



Examined 



Joseph Gilman 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



401 



Septem r 30 th 1776 The State of New Hampshire 
to Thomas Bartlet 

To Cash paid Captain Gorden's Company 

To Cash paid Capt Sandborn's Do 

To 10 day Service mustering Sd men 

To horse hire twice to Exeter once to Newmarket twice 

to Deerfield Twice to Epping once to Brintwood & 

Poplin — 
To Expences myself & horse — 
To makeing muster Roll for Capt s Gorden & Sanborn 

Companys 
To a Journey to Exeter myself & horse to make returns 

of the Rolls— 

To Cash paid for Expenses — 



Supra C r 
Octob r 30 th 1776 By Cash receiv'd of the Treasurer 
By an Order on the Treasury for 



Errors excepted p r Thorn 8 Bartlet- 



D r 

£483.18.0 

441. 8.0 

3. 0.0 



1. 4.0 
1. 10.3 

o. 6.0 

o. 9.0 

o. 9.6 

£931.17.9 

£926.10.0 

5- 7-9 

£931.17.9 



[ 2 -i34] 



[ Captain Jonathan Robinson' 's Co.~\ 



Muster Roll for Seventy four Men including Officers inlisted by Col° 
William Whipple by Order of the General Court for the State of 
New Hampshire into the service of the American States to reinforce the 
Army at New York Mustered & paid off by Joshua Wentworth (first 
Regiment) September 1776 — 



MENS NAMES 


Advance wages 
& bounty 


Travel 


Total paid 


Jonathan Robinson Cap* 


8-- 


2.IO 


IO.IO 


David Jewell i 8t L* 


5.8- 


2.IO 


7.l8 


John Weeks 2 nd D° 


5.8- 


2.IO 


7.18 


James Down Soldier 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Henry Moore 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Stephen Cate 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


James Foster 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Josiah Thurston 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 



30 



402 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 



Ebenezer Barker 
Walter Weeks 
Matthew Thompson 
Israel wStockbridge 
Edward Chase 
John Leavitt 
Ward Mason 
Reuben Leavitt 
William Marden 
Eliphalet Veasy 
Joshua Wingate 
John Mason 
Samuel Cate 
Andrew Neil 
Dudley Chase 
Samuel Piper 
Samuel Boynton 
Josiah Leavitt 
John Foss 
Thomas Veasy 
Robert Kimball 
Sergeant Witcher 
William Chase 
William Stevens 
Joseph Place 
Joseph Trickey 
Samuel Dame 
Jonathan Crosbie 
John Ken ni son 
Francis Jenness Jun r 
Job Brown 
James Kennison 
William Cate Jun r 
Nimshy Lock 
Josep Seavy 
Tacob Tibbets 
Simeon 1 owle 
Richard Webster 
Michael Dalton 
William Yeaton 
John Odiorne 
Reuben Lock 
Samuel Philbrook 



Advance wages 
& bounty 


Travel 


Total paid 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


8.io 


6 


2.IO 


8.io 


6 


2.IO 


8.io 


6 


2.IO 


8.io 


6 


2.IO 


8.io 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


8.io 


6 


2.IO 


8.io 


6 


2.IO 


8.io 


6 


2.IO 


8.io 


6 


2.10 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


8.10 


6 


2.IO 


8.10 


6 


2.IO 


8.10 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


8.10 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


8.10 


6 


2.IO 


8.10 


6 


2.IO 


8.10 


6 


2.IO 


8.10 


6 


2.IO 


8.10 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


8.10 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


8.io 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 


6 


2.IO 


8.io 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



403 



MENS NAMES 


Advance wages 








& bounty 


Travel 


Total paid 


Josiah Lang 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Samuel Seavy 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Nathan Marston 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Sam 1 Capm r Dearborn 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Joseph Henderson 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Benj a Goodwin 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Daniel Goodwin 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Joshua Scales 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Thomas Applebee 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Hanson Clark 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


William Scammons 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Edward Mason Jun r 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Samuel Connar 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


James Libby 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Benjamin Dockum 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Jon a Kennison 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Joshua Brackett 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


IBenj a Dockum Jun r 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Daniel Dearborn 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Richard Whittin 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Levi Dearborn Jun r 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Samuel Sherburne 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 


"Nath 1 Marston 


6 


2.IO 


8.IO 




426 


'85 


629.16.0 



Misted from the first Regm* 71 

Ditto from Col John Langdons Comp 7 3 



Charges mustering 74 Men Viz, 

Express to Notify each Captain 

One Days expence at M™ Chases Stratham 

One Days do at do 

2, Days Horse hire 

Mustering 74 Men 



74 



£0.12.0 

i- 5 
1. 2.8 

16 

12 



„ 4 - 1- 8 

629.16 



634. 3.8 



404 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Mem 1 * Cash rec d of Col Whipple payment & Chg s 



for 74 men 



Ballance p d Col Whipple 



666. o 
634^.8 

31. 16.4 



These may Certify that at the request of Col William Whipple I mus- 
tered & paid off the 74 Men Specified in this Roll agreeable to the 
same & Ordered them to Hartford in Connecticut & that they were able 
bodied Effective men & well Equipt with fire Arms 

Portsmouth Sep r 1776 

(Sign'd) Joshua Wentworth Muster Master 

Copy ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r 

[The men were enlisted Sept. 23. Capt. Robinson was of Strat- 
ham. — Ed.] 



[2-137] 



\_Captat7t yohn Calf a' s Co.'] 



State of New Hampshire 



Muster & pay Roll of 
for recruiting our Army 
bly of s d State 

John Calf Cap* 
Ezekiel Balknap L* 
Benj a Taylor Ensign 
Joseph Welch Major 
Joseph Smith Adjutant 
Aaron Young 
Moses Huntoon 
Tho s Philbrick Huntoon 
Samuel Bean 
Bezaleel Beede 
Jethro Sanborn 
John Hubart 
James Thorne 
John Gilman 
Jacob Ordaway 
Joseph Bean 
Henry Blasdel 
Trueworthy Palmer 
Barnard Elliot 
Edward Greely 
Nathaniel Kimbal 
Alexander Stevins 



the soldiers 
at New Y01 

£10. S.4 
7.16.4 
6. 8.4 

2. 8.4 

2. 

8. 

8. 

8. 

S. 

S. 



8, 



8. 
8. 
8. 
8. 

8. 
8. 
8. 



S.4 

8.4 
8.4 
8.4 
8.4 
8.4 
8.4 
8.4 
8.4 
8.4 
S. 4 
8.4 
8.4 
8.4 
8.4 
8.4 
8.4 
8.4 



raised in Col T Bartlett's 
k by Order of the Council 

James Flood 
Nemijah Kelly 
Samuel Little 
Jesse Heath 
Job Rent 
John At wood 
Noah Johnson 
Edmond Davis 
Tho 8 Cotton 
Asa Heath 
Joseph Eaton 
Ebenezer Tucker 
Nathan Hunt 
Barzillai Colby 
Jacob Clark 
Roger Serjeant 
Caleb Hobs 
Daniel Chase 
Jacob Hobs 
Thomas Faver 
Nathaniel Brown 
Nathan Jones 



Regiment 
& Assem- 



S.8.4 
8.8.4 
8.8.4 
8.8.4 
8.8.4 
8.8.4 
8.8.4 
8. 8.4 
8.S.4 
8. 8.4 
8.8.4 
8.8.4 
8. S.4 
8.8.4 
8.8.4 
8. 8.4 
8.8.4 
8.8.4 
S.S.4 
8.S.4 
S.8.4 
S.8.4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS, 



405 



Isaac Clifford 


8.8.4 


Josiah Davis 


8. 


8.4 


Joseph Brown 


8.8.4 


Samuel March 


8. 


8.4 


Jonathan Johnson 


8.8.4 


John Carlton 


8. 


8.4 


Oliver Noys 


8.8.4 


John Morse Baly 


8. 


8.4 


Timothy Noys 


8.8.4 


Nathan Webster 


8. 


8.4 


Benj a Stone 


8.6.4 


Peasly Merril 


8. 


8.4 


Nath 1 Noys 


8.8.4 


Joseph Perkins 


8. 


8.4 


James Noys 


8.8.4 


Timothy Swan 


8. 


8.4 


John Johnson 


8.8.4 


Richard Kimbal 


S. 


8.4 


Stephen Dole 


8.8.4 


Obadiah Eastman 


8. 


8.4 


Jess Sawyer 


8.8.4 


Timothy Serjeant 


8. 


8.4 


Cornelius Clough 


8.8.4 


Samson Wheeler 


8. 


8.4 


Moses Sweat 


8.8.4 


Thomas Dow 


8. 


8.4 


Samuel Blasdel 


8.8.4 


Dudley Currier 


S. 


8.4 


Caleb Sever 


8.8.4 


Henry Sanders 


S. 


8.4 


Daniel Little 


8.8.4 










£618. 


13.0 


To the Chs* & Exp 8 


of Muster^ 


& paying the Company 


3- 


l 1 



622.IO.O 

Pursuant to directions from the Council & Assembly I have paid the 
Sums set Against each respective Name in the foregoing list Viz. To 
the Captain L* & Ensign One Months wages each. To each Noncom- 
missioned Officer & private 20 Dollars each Bounty. & to Officers & 
Soldiers .£2.8.4 Each for Travel They all being Able bodied Effective 
men 

Test Jacob Gale Muster & paymaster 

Copy ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r 

Officers Wages 2 4 #I 3 — 

Travel 72 (a) 48/4 — 174 — 

£198.13- 

70 Bounties at 6£ 420. o 



Charge Must g - 



£618.13- 
3.17 



£622.10 — 



[Capt. Calfe was of Hampstead, and there died Oct. 30, 1808. — 
Ed.] 



406 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[ 2 - T 39] 



[ Captain William McDuffee's Co.~\ 



A Muster & pay Roll of the Officers and Soldiers raised Mustered & 
paid by Stephen Evans in the second Regiment in the State of New 
Hampshire to Join the Continentel Army in New York per Order dated 
1 6 Day of Septem 1 " 1776 

Allow'd 320 Miles Travel to New York 





Advance wages 
& bounty 


Billeting 


Sum Total 


William M c DufTee Cap 4 


8-- 


2.I3.4 


10.13.4 


James Lebby U 


5-8- 


2.I3.4 


8. ..4 


Daniel Pinkham Ensign 


4 


2.I3.4 


6.13.4 


William Kelly private 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


John Twombly 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


David Hodgdon 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13-4 


Anthony Hanson 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


Thomas Gushing 


6 


2.I3.4 


8-I3-4 


Daniel Gushing 


6 


3-13-4 


8.13.4 


Zaccheus Bunker 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


Samuel Merrow 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


George Waldron 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


Joseph Allen 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


Isaac Watson 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


Samuel Mills 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


John Garling 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


Thomas Garling 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


Ephraim Bickford 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


Daniel Tuttle 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


Jonathan Tacker 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


Samuel Demerit 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


Joseph Brown 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


William Hodgdon 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


Jonathan Morrison 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


Stephen Starboard 


6 


2.I3.4 


S.13.4 


George Heard 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


Nathan Lord 


6 


2.I3.4 


S.13.4 


Paul Welch 


6 


2.I3.4 


S.13.4 


Joseph Holmes 


6 


2.I3.4 


S.13.4 


Jediah Gutridge 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


James Sherley 


6 


2.I3.4 


S.13.4 


Samuel Furbish 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


William Lord 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


Daniel Clark 


6 


2.I3.4 


S..3.4 


Jonathan Ellis 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



407 





Advance wages 
& bounty 


Billeting 


Sum Total 


Daniel Watson 
Solomon Perkins 


6 
6 


2.I3.4 
2.I34 


8 
8 


!3-4 
J 3-4 


John Nute 
William Palmer 
John Garlings 
Ebenezer Twombly 
James Wentworth 


6 
6 
6 
6 
6 


2.I34 
2.I34 
2.I34 
2.I34 
2.I3.4 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


!3-4 

13-4 

13-4 

J 3-4 
13.4 


Isaac Wentworth 
John Randel 
Joseph Plumer 
Edward Rollings 
David Wingate 
Josep Wingate 
John Perl 
Samuel Robertson 


6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 


2.I3.4 
2.I3.4 
2.I34 
2.I34 
2.I34 
2.I34 
2.I3.4 
2.I3.4 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


*3-4 
T 3-4 
*3-4 
J 3-4 
J 3-4 
J 3-4 
'3-4 
!.V4 


James Chamberlain 
Moses Hamet 


6 
6 


2.I34 
2.I3.4 


8 
8 


!3-4 
134 


David Wallingford 


6 


2.I34 


8 


13.4 


Joshua Allen 
John Friend 


6 
6 


2.I34 
2.I34 


8 
8 


!3-4 
T 3-4 




312.0 - 


£146.134 


476. 1.4 



Errors excepted per Stephen Evans 

Officers Wages 17.8.0 

54 d° Soldiers travel 144 

52 Bounties 

Mustering 



Cap 1 M c Duffees Compy brought Over 
Deduct Joseph Aliens Billeting 

To the Chg s & expences of muster g & paying 
This Roll & Cap 1 Emery's per Ace 1 

£477. 0.0 
Oct r 23 d 1 776 The Above Roll Amounting to Four hundred Seventy 
Three pounds Eight Shillings & four pence is well Vouch'd & right 
Cast 

Examin'd Joseph Gilman One of the Committee on Acct* 
Copy ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r 



£161. 8.0 

312. 0.0 

3.12. 




£477. 0.0 


£476. 1.4 
2.13.4 




£473. 8.0 
3.12 



408 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[2-141] 



\_Captai?z Smith Emersoii's Co.~\ 



A Muster & Pay Roll of the Officers & Soldiers Raised Mustered & 
paid by Stephen Evans in the Second Regiment in the State of New 
Hampshire to Join the Continental Army in New York per Order Dated 
16 th day of Sept m 1776 



Smith Emerson Cap 1 

Joseph Thomas Lieu* 

John Church Ensign 

Andrew Bickford 

Joseph Jackson 

Samuel Wille 

Samuel Dame 

Gideon Garling 

Enoch Runnels 

John Sias 

Josiah Kenniston 

Eli Bickford 

Isaac Small 

John VViggin 

Joseph Applebee 

David Davis 

Ebenezer Bennick 

Daniel Durgin 

Philip Fovvler 

Joshua Dow 

Samuel Yea ton 

John Spencer 

James Dow 

Pike Burn ham 

Eliphalet Neal 

Jonathan Chesley Quarter master 

Daniel Rogers 

Jabes Davis 

Daniel Dealen 

Josiah Fuller 

Simeon Starboard 

Dudley Davis 

Samuel Gray 

William Hawkins 

George Foss 

James Hutchins 



Advance wages 
S: bounty 



Billeting 



2.] 


3- 


2 


[ 3- 


2. J 


[ 3- 


2.1 


3- 


2.] 


3- 


2.] 


[ 3- 


2. 


[ 3- 


2.1 


[ 3- 


2 . J 


n 


2. 


[ 3- 


2. 


3- 


2.1 


[ 3- 


2. 


3- 


2. 


[ 3- 


2. 


[ 3- 


2.1 


[ 3- 


2.] 


[ 3- 


2.] 


[ 3- 


2.J 


[ 3- 


2. 


3- 


2.J 


[ 3- 


2.] 


3- 


2.1 


3- 


2.1 


3- 


2. 


3* 


2.1 


[ 3- 


2. 


3- 


2.1 


[ 3- 


2.] 


^3- 


2 . 


n 


2 t 


3- 


2.1 


3- 


2.1 


3- 


2. J 


3- 


2 . ' 


3- 


2 . 


3- 



Sum total 



IO. 

8. 
6. 
S. 
S. 

s. 

8. 
S. 
S. 
8. 
8. 
S. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
S. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
S. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
S. 
8. 
S. 
S. 
8. 
S. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



409 





Advance wages 
& bounty 


Billeting 


Sum total 


George Foss Jun r 
Samuel Styles Jun r 
Samuel Per ley 
Nathaniel Church 


6 
6 
6 
6 


2.134 
2.I34 
2.I34 
2.134 


8.13.4 
8.13.4 

8.13.4 
8.13.4 


John Slooper 


6 


2.I3.4 


8.13.4 


George Ham 
Nathaniel Foss 


6 
6 


2.I3.4 
2.I3.4 


8.134 
8.13.4 


Isaac Young 
Robert M c Donald 


6 
6 


2.I3.4 
2.I34 


8-134 
S.13.4 


Nicholas Chesley 
Eliphalet Taylor 
Robert Evans 


6 
6 
6 


2.I3.4 
2.I34 
2.I34 


8.1.34 
8.13.4 

8.134 




264 — 


128 - 


£409. 8.0 



Errors excepted per Stephen Evans 
Octo r 23 d 1776 The Above Roll amounting to 
Copy ex d 



per Josiah Gilman Jun r 



Officers Wages — 
Billeting 49 Men — 

bounties to 44 (a) 6£ 



£17.8.0 
128 -- 



145.8.0 
264 



£409.8.0 
Joseph Gilman One of the Committee on Acc u 



4io 

[ 2 -H3] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 
[ Captain Daniel Runnels's Co.~\ 



Muster and pay Roll of the men raised in Col 1 Thorntons & Websters 
Regiments in the State of New Hampshire to serve at New York in 
Capt Daniel Runnels's Company in Col 1 Thomas Tash's Regiment Sep- 
tem r 26 th 1776 — 





Advance to Offi- 






MENS NAMES 


cers & Bounty 
to Soldiers 


Billeting 


Sum Total 


Daniel Runnels Cap* 


8.- 


2.8 


10. 8 


Sam 1 Hazeltine Lieu 1 


5-3 


2.8 


7.16 


Sam 1 Buswell Ens^ 


4.0 


2.8 


6. 8 


Ichabod Robie 


6.0 


2.8 


8. 8 


James Sharley 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Jeremiah Conner 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Caleb Smith 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Gilman Dudley 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


John Beary 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Jon a Dearborn 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Nicholas Gilman 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Derben Heth 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


William Anderson 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Moses Turner 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


William Wilson 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


William Moore 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Sam 1 Peirce 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Joseph Presbey 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


William Wilson Ju r 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Simon Towl 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Jon a Underbill 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Jacob Hills 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Sam 1 Hoit 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Benj 11 Hazeltin 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


John Colby 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


James Richardson 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Robert Wason 


6 


• 2.8 


8. 8 


John Clifford 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


John Sargeant 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Peter Hazeltine 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Alexander Shirley 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


Daniel Whitcher 


6 


2.8 


s. a 


Bracket Towl 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


John Shurley 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


David Mills 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



411 





Advance to Offi- 






MENS NAMES 


cers & Bounty 
to Soldiers 


Billeting 


Sum Total 


Sam 1 Morss 


6 


2.8 


8. 8 


James Hazerd 


6 


2.8 


8 


. 8 


Sam 1 Dunlap 


6 


2.S 


8 


. 8 


Josiah Derbon 


6 


2.8 


8 


. 8 


Sam 1 Thompson 


6 


2.8 


8 


. 8 


Pierce Gage 


6 


2.8 


8 


. 8 


Richard Hall 


6 


2.8 


8 


. 8 


Zibah Kimbal 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


John Williams 


6 


2.8 


8 


. 8 


John m c gown 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


John Tarbox 


6 


2.8 


8 


. 8 


James Sprage 


6 


2.8 


8 


. 8 


Abiel Cross 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


Arthur Darrah 


6 


2.8 


8 


. 8 


Henry Campbell 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


James Moorland 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


John Morrison 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


John Cochran 


6 


2.8 


8 


. 8 


Thomas Wilson 


6 


2.8 


8 


. 8 


George Orr 


6 


2.8 


8 


. 8 


Joseph Caldwell 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


David Morrison 


6 


2.8 


8 


. 8 


John Furguson 


6 


2.8 


8 


. 8 


William Moore 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


Jon a Holmes 


6 


2.8 


8 


. 8 


John Stuart 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


James Furguson 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


Joseph Hobbs 


6 


2.8 


S 


8 


Andrew Robinson 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


John Turner 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


Humphry Holt 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


Nathan Plummer 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


Sam 1 Fisher 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


Robert Wilson 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


Robert Boyd 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


Matthew Dickey 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


Elijah Town 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


Stephen Donald 


6 


2.8 


8 


S 


Thomas Archibald 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


Thomas Wallace 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


John Gilmore 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 


James Campbel 


6 


2.8 


8 


8 



412 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 


Advance to Offi- 
cers & Bounty 
to Soldiers 


Billeting 


Sum Total 


Peter Robinson 
Sam 1 Spear- 
Robert Morison 
John Hughes 
William Eayers 


6 
6 
6 
6 
6 


2.8 
2.8 
2.8 
2.S 
2.8 


8. 8 
8. 8 
8. 8 
8. 8 
8. 8 




£688. 4 



State of New Hampshire Septem 1 26 th 1776 

Pursuant to orders from the Council & Assembly of said State, I have 
mustered the Persons named in the before going Roll they being good 
able Bodied Effective men & well accoutred, & have paid them the sums 
set against their respective names — 

John Webster 



1776 The State of New Hampshire to John Webster 

Sep r 26 th 

To two Journeys to Exeter for Orders &c &c 

To my time & Expence in Mustering & paying the 

Company — 
To paid for drawing muster Roll 



£1.4.0 

2.0.0 
3 

3-7-° 



Exeter Novem r 19 th 1776, 

Receiv'd of the State of New Hampshire Six hundred & Eighty Eight 
pounds 45 Also three pounds Seven Shillings in full for the Sums ad- 
vanced and for the charge thereof, to the above mentioned Company — 

John Webster — 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



413 



[2-T47] [Captain William Prescotfs Co.~\ 

Muster Roll of a Company Raised out of Co 1 Jonathan Moultons Reg- 
iment of militia to Join the army at New York in CVTashs Regiment — 





Advance 










NAMES 


Pay to Offs 
Bounty to 
Soldiers 


Billeting 


NAMES 


Bounty 


Billeting 


William Prescut Cap* 


£8. 


£2.IO 


John Blasdel Private 


6- 


£2.IO 


Abraham Sanborn 






Jonathan Leavit 


6- 


2.IO 


Lieut 


5- 8 


2.IO 


William Doyle 


6- 


2.IO 


Benf Clough Ens gn 


4. 


2.IO 


Abraham Marston 


6- 


2.IO 


Moses Shaw Serj nt 


6 — 


2.IO 


Jerem 1 Palmer 


6- 


2.IO 


Joseph Leach d° 
Sam 1 Wedgwood d° 


6 — 


2.IO 


Simon Lovering 


6- 


2.IO 


6 — 


2.IO 


Benj a Mason 


6- 


2.IO 


Benj n Batcheler d° 


6 — 


2.IO 


Joseph Fogg 


6- 


2.IO 


Joshua Towle Corp 1 


6 — 


2.IO 


Jacob Fowler 


6- 


2.IO 


Henry Batchelor Jun r 






Sylvanus Eaton 


6- 


2.IO 


d° 


6 — 


2.IO 


Benj a Brown 


6- 


2.IO 


Edward B. Moulton 






David Eaton 


6- 


2.IO 


d° 


6 — 


2.IO 


Reuben Swain 


6- 


2.IO 


Eben r A Lovering d° 


6 — 


2.IO 


James Fogg 


6- 


2.IO 


David Hobbs Drum r 


6 — 


2.IO 


Caleb Shaw Jun r 


6- 


2.IO 


Cato Moulton Fifer 


6 — 


2.IO 


Jon a Prescut 


6- 


2.IO 


John Allman Priv* 


6 — 


2.IO 


David Stuart 


6- 


2.IO 


Richard Mace 


6 — 


2.IO 


David Shaw 


6- 


2.IO 


John Garland 


6 — 


2.IO 


Joseph Brown 3 d 


6- 


2.IO 


Elisha Moulton 


6 — 


2.10 


Joseph Shaw 


6- 


2.IO 


Robert Bragg 


6 — 


2.IO 


Jewet Sanborn 


6- 


2.IO 


Joseph Pevere 


6 — 


2.IO 


Henry Jewel 


6- 


2.IO 


Nathan S Moulton 


6 — 


2.IO 


Moses Colby 


6- 


2.IO 


Jeremiah Tuck 


6 — 


2.IO 


Obadiah French 


6- 


2.IO 


James Tuck 


6 — 


2.IO 


Nath 1 Wells 


6- 


2.IO 


Robert Fowler 


6 — 


2.IO 


Eben r Neal 


6- 


2.IO 


Eben r Prescut 


6 — 


2.IO 


Timothy Huntington 


6- 


2.IO 


Richard Philbrick 


6 — 


2.IO 


Levi Blake 


6- 


2.IO 


Levi Sanborn 
John Tilton 


6 — 
6 — 


2.IO 
2.IO 










168- 


£70. O 


Benj n Sweat 


6 — 


2.IO 


To Cha e & Expen s 






Jerem h Swain 


6 — 


2.IO 


Mus s & pay s the 












Corny 


3 


171 — 




i73. 8 


£72.IO 








12.10 








24I. O 
245.18 








245.18 








486.18 



4 i4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



State of New Hampshire Hampton Septem 1 " 21 8 1776 

Pursuant to the Order of the hon ble Council & assembly of said State I 
have mustered & paid the above officers & Soldiers they being all able 
bodied effective men 

Jon a Moulton muster & paymaster 

D r The State of New Hampshire to Jonathan Moulton 

Sep' 1776 To Cash paid the within Roll £486.18 

Dec r 10 th To ditto p d the Treasurer per Rec* 14.12 



Exeter December 14 th 1776 Errors Excepted 



£501.10 

Jonathan Moulton 



[2-152] [Captain jfonathan Robinson's Co. 

etc.] 



Receipt for Bounty, 



We the Subscribers Severally Acknowledge to have Receiv'd of Will- 
iam Whipple & Josh a Wentworth Esq" Six Pounds as Bounty & Two 
Pounds ten Shillings Lawf 1 money Billeting, allowd by the Hon ble Gen- 
eral Court of the State of New Hampshire to the Soldiers raised to rein- 
force the army at New York. 

Portsmouth Sepf 23 d 1776 — 



James Downs Berwick 
Henrey moo re 
Stephen Cate 
James foster Greenland 
Josiah Thirston 
Ebenezer Barker 
Walter weeks 
Matthew Tomsn 
Israel Stockbridge 
Edward Chase 
John Leavitt 
ward mason 
Reuben Leavitt 

his 

W m X Marden Greenl d 

mnrk 

Tes 1 Benja Barker 
Eliphelet Vesey 

Jos tt Win gate 
John Mason 
Samuel Cate 



Jon a X Crosbie 

mark 

Tes* jn° Weeks 

hb 
John X Kineson 

mark 

Test J no Weeks 
Francis Jenness Junr 

hit 

Job X Brown Rye 

mark 

Joseph Jenness 

Tames ki unison 

J hi. 

W m X Cate Jun r 

mark 

Test. Joseph Jenness 

hit 

Nimshi X Lock 

mark 

Tes 4 Joseph Jenness 

his 

Joseph X Seavy 

mark 

Tes 1 Joseph Jenness 



Tes 1 David Simson 
Nathan Marston 

Tames Chapman 

J hi. r 

Joseph X Henderson 

mark 

Tes 1 Nich 8 Rowlings 

his 

Benj a X Goodwin 

mark 

Tes 1 Josh* Wentworth 
Daniel Goodwin 

his 

Joshua X Scates 

mark 

Tes* Josh a Wentworth 
Thomas applebee 

hit 

Hanson X Clark 

mark 

Tes' Josh a Wentworth 
William Scamons 
Edward Mason junr 
Samuel Connor 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



415 



Andrew nell 
Dudley L Chase 
Samuel Piper 
Samuel Boynton 
Josiah Leavitt 
John Foss 
thomas Veasey 

hit 

Robert X Crimbal 

mark 

Tes* Benj a Barker 
Seargeant Whitcher 
William Chase 
William Stevens 
Joseph Place 
Joseph Trickey 
Samuel Dame 



Jacob Tebbets 
Simeon Towle 
Rich d Webster 
Mikel Dalton 

bis 

W m X Yeaton 

mark 

Tes* william Seavey 

his 

John X Odiorne 

mark 

Tes* william Seavey 
Reuben Lak 
Samuel Philbrook 

Green d 
Josiah Lang d° 

his 

Sam 1 X Seavv 



James X Libbey 

mark 

Tes* G Gains 
Bemain Dockum 

his 

Jon a X Kenniston 

mark 

Tes t jno Weeks 

*his 

Benj a X Dockum jun 

mark 

Tes* J no Weeks 
Joshua Brackett 
Dn 1 Dearborn 
Rich d Whittier 
Levi Dearborn 
Samuel Sherborne 
Nathanael Marston Jun 



Rec d of W m Whipple & Josh Wentworth Eight Pounds L My one 
months advanc'd pay in the Service of the American States. 
Portsm Sep 8 23 d 1776 — 

Jonathan Robinson 

Rec d of W m Whipple & Josh a Wentworth five Pounds Eight Shill^- L 
My one months advanc'd pay in the service of the American States 
Portsm Sep r 23, 1776 — 

Daniel Jewell 

Rec d of W m Whipple & Josh Wentworth five pounds eight Shill^ 8 L 
My one month advanc'd wages in the service of the American States 
Portsm Sept r 23 rd 1776 

John Weeks 

Rec d of W m Whipple & Josh Wentworth Seven Pounds ten Shill= 8 L 
My for my owne & my two Lieutenants Billiting 
Sep. 25, 1776 — 

Jonathan Robinson 



COLONEL NAHUM BALDWIN'S REGIMENT, 1776. 



[This regiment was raised in accordance with a vote of a special 
joint convention of the Council and Assembly, held September 14, 
1776, for the purpose of reinforcing the army in New York. On 
September 17 the Assembly appointed Nahum Baldwin colonel, 
Gordon Hutchins lieutenant colonel, and Nathaniel S. Prentice 
major. Prentice did not serve. Colonel Baldwin was of Amherst, 
Colonel Hutchins of Concord. The regiment was in the battle at 
White Plains Oct. 28, 1776, and was dismissed early in December of 
that year. 

The officers were, — Colonel, Nahum Baldwin, Amherst ; Lieuten- 
ant Colonel, Gordon Hutchins, Concord. Who the field officers 
were does not appear. — Ed.] 



[ 2 -!54] 



[ Captain Philip Putnam's Co.~\ 



Colonel Nahum Baldwins Regiment Raised in September 1776 & Sent 
into the State of New York being one Months Advance wages to the 
Officers A Bounty of Six pounds to each Non Commission'd Officer & 
private 1 penny pr Mile Travel and one penny in Lieu of Baggage 
waggon 

Captain Philip Putnams Company 



MENS NAMES 



Philip Putnam Captain 
Henry Field Lieu 4 
William Low Ensign 
Thomas Town 
Joseph Wallis 
Benjamin Taylor 
Elijah Averil 
Jonathan Wilkins 
Daniel Smith 
James Rea 
Stephen Farnum 
Richard Town 
Jonathan Cochran 



Advance wages 
& bounty 


Travel 


Sum total 


£8.0.0 


2. 1. 8 


10.1.8 


5.8 




2. 1. 8 
2.1.8 


7.9.8 
6.J.8 


2.1.8 


8.1.8 


6 


2.1.8 


8.1.8 


6 


2.1.8 


8.1.8 


6 


2.1.8 


8.1.8 


6 


2.I.S 


8. 1. 8 


6 


2. 1. 8 


8.1.8 


6 


2.1.8 


8.1.8 


6 


2.1.8 


8.1.8 


6 


2.1.8 


8.1.8 


6 


2.1.8 


8.1.S 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



417 



MENS NAMES 


Advance wages 








& bounty 


Travel 


Sum total 


John Grimes 


6 


2.1.8 


8.1.8 


Joel How 


6 


2.1.8 


8. 


1.8 


Benjamin Smith 


6 


2.1.8 


8. 


1.8 


John Cochran 


6 


2.1.8 


8. 


1.8 


Abel Prince 


6 


2.1.8 


8. 


1.8 


Francis Lovejoy 


6 


2.1.8 


8. 


1.8 


Moses Pearson 


6 


2.1.8 


8. 


1.8 


Aron Upton 


6 


2.1.8 


8. 


1.8 


Reuben Boutel 


6 


2.1.8 


8. 


1.8 


John Hartshorn 


6 


2.1.8 


8. 


1.8 


Ebenezer Carlton 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


1.8 


Abner Styles 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


1.8 


Isaac Peabody Jun r 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


1.8 


Thomas Russel 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


1.8 


John Dale 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


1.8 


Ezra Johnson 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


1.8 


Jacob Blanchard 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


1.8 


John Cram Jun r 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


1.8 


Benj a Parker 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


1.8 


Simeon Holt 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


1.8 


Joseph Cram 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


1.8 


Jonathan Cummings 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


1.8 


John Arbuckle 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


1.8 


Benjamin Alld 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


.1.8 


Samuel Gibson 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


.1.8 


Alex r M c Calley Jun r 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


.1.8 


Ebenezer Parker 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


.1.8 


Samuel Roby 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


.1.8 


Reuben Proctor 


. 6 


2.1.8 


8 


.1.8 


Isaac Bowers 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


.1.8 


John Learny 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


.1.8 


John M Quig 


6 


2.T.8 


8 


.1.8 


David M Questen 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


.1.8 


Isaae Calle 


6 


2.1.8 


8 


.1.8 


Muster'd by Abiel Abbot Muster 


264 


97.18.4 


£379.6.4 


Master 









Exeter 19' 



nams 



;ici ly October 1776 The within Roll of Captain Philip Put- 
Company Amounting to Three hundred Seventy nine pounds six 
Shillings & four pence is well Vouched & right Cast 

Examined by Joseph Gilman One of the Committee on Acc t8 



3i 



418 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[Captain Putnam was of Wilton, Ensign Low of Amherst. The 
company was raised in the 6th regiment of militia, formerly com- 
manded by Edward G. Lutwyche. — Ed.] 



[2-156] [Captain William Read 's Co. .] 

1776 — Colonel Baldwin Reg* Continued 

Cap* William Reads Company 
Mustered by Abiel Abbot Muster master. 43 men per receipt 



MENS NAMES 


Advance wages 
& bounty 


Travelling 


Sum Total 


William Read Captain 


8.0.0 


89. 


11. 8 


89. 1 1. 8 


Samuel Spalding Lieu* 


5-8 






5. 8 


Joel Lund Ensign 


4.O.O 






4. O.O 


Thomas Wasson 


6.0.0 


2. 


1.8 


8. 1.8 


Daniel Wvman 


6.0.0 


2. 


1.8 


8. 1.8 


Oliver Hill 


6.0.0 


2. 


1.8 


8. 1.8 


Benjamin Handen Emerson 


6.0.0 


2. 


1.8 


8. 1.8 


Samuel Darent 


6.0.0 


2. 


1.8 


8. 1.8 


Nathaniel Hardy 


6.0.0 


2. 


1.8 


8. 1.8 


Jonathan Burbank 


6.0.0 


2. 


1.8 


8. 1.8 


Enos Hadley 


6.0.0 


2. 


1.8 


8. 1.8 


Henry Haes 


6.0.0 


2. 


1.8 


8. 1.8 


Farey Hardy 


6.0.0 


2. 


1.8 


8. 1.8 


Jchabod Eastman 


6.0.0 


2. 


1.8 


S. 1.8 


Silas Adams 


6.0.0 


2. 


1.8 


8. 1.8 


James Blanchard 


6.0.0 






6. 0.0 


Peter Honey 


6.0.0 






6.00 


John Wright Jun r 
Jonathan Butterfield 


6.0.0 






6. 0.0 


6.0.0 






6. 0.0 


John Lovewell 
Oliver Wright 


6.0.0 






6. 0.0 


6.0.0 






6. 0.0 


Nehemiah Wright 


6.0.0 






6. 0.0 


Daniel Woods 


6.0.0 






6. 0.0 


Timothy Blood 


6.0.0 






6. 0.0 


Joel Boy n ton 


6.0.0 






6. 0.0 


Asa Lovejoy 


6.0.0 






6. 0.0 


Daniel Blood 


6.0.0 






6. 0.0 


Benj* Boynton 


6.0.0 






6. 0.0 


Stephen Dow 


6.0.0 






6. 0.0 


Stephen Goodhue 


6.0.0 






6. 0.0 


Daniel Bay ley Jun r 


6.0.0 






6. 0.0 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



419 



MENS NAMES 


Advance wages 
& bounty 


Travelling 


Sum total 


Nathan Coburn 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


Thomas Conton 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


Isaac French 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


Noah Jewet 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


John Piatt 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


Ebenezer Wheeler 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


Ephraim Pairce 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


William Connet 


6 0.0 




6. 0.0 


Jonas Lessly 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


William Tinney 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


Stephen Jewet Jun r 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


David Sanderson 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


Benjamin Fobant 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


Reuben Barritt 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


Jonathan Wright 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


John Hodgman 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


Elishua Withington 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


Nathan Dutton 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


Andrew Elliot 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


Nathaniel Tarbell 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


John Tarbell 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


Benjamin Muzzy 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


Andrew Russel 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 


Thomas Kemp 


6.0.0 




6. 0.0 




312.0.0 


114. 11. 8 


£443.19.8 



Wilton Sep* 26 th 1776 

Abiel Abbot Muster & paymaster 

Exeter 19 th October 1776 

The within Roll of Captain William Reads Company Amounting to 
Four hundred Forty three pounds Nineteen shillings & eight pence is 
well Vouched & right Cast 

Examined Joseph Gilman 

One of the Committee on Acct 8 

[This company was raised in the 6th militia regiment. — Ed.] 



420 
[2-158] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 
[Captain Abijah Smith's Co.~\ 



Muster & pay Roll of Captain Abijah Smiths Company for New York 
Inlisted out of Col Enoch Hales Regiment of Militia and Mustered by 
him Sept 1 " 21 st 1776 



NAMES 


1 Mo pay to Officers 


Travel 230 Miles 


Amount 




& bounty to Soldiers 


@ 2d 




Abijah Smith Captain 


S-- 


£l.lS.4 


9.18.4 


James Crumbie Lieu* 


5.8 


I. 18.4 


7. 6.4 


Robert Fletcher Ensign 


4- 


I.18.4 


5.18.4 


Dan 1 Goodenough private 


6^ 


I. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Jonah Herington 


6 


I. 18.4 


7.18.4 


James Newell 


6 


I. 18.4 


7.18.4 


John Steel 


6 


I. 18.4 


7.l8. 4 


Dan 1 Severance 


6 


I. 18.4 


7.l8. 4 


Benjamin Carlton 


6 


I. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Jon a Ingals 


6 


I. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Caleb Paige 


6 


I.18.4 


7.18.4 


Samuel Chaplain 


6 


I.18.4 


7.18.4 


Joseph Kidder 


6 


I.lS.4 


7.18.4 


Gideon Powers 


6 


I. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Ebenezer Severance 


6 


I.18.4 


7.18.4 


Caleb Maynard 


6 


I.lS.4 


7.18.4 


Supply Will son 


6.0.0 


I. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Jason Hemingway 


6.0.0 


I. 18.4 


7,l3.4 


Hugh Dunlap 


6.0.0 


I.18.4 


7.18.4 


Joseph Wright 


6.0.0 


I.lS.4 


7.18.4 


Benj a Cutter 


6.0.0 


I. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Dan 1 Emery Jun r 


6.0.0 


I.18.4 


7.18.4 


John Little 


6.0.0 


I. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Alpheus Brigham 


6.0.0 


I. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Abel Easterbrook 


6.0.0 


I.lS.4 


7.1S.4 


Amos Knight 


6.0.0 


I.lS.4 


7.18.4 


John Whitney 


6.0.0 


I.lS.4 


7.18.4 


Stephen Twitchel 


6.0.0 


I.I8.4 


7.1S.4 


John Swan 


6.0.0 


I.lS.4 


7.18.4 


Willard Hunt 


6.0.0 


I. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Moses Kenny 


6.0.0 


I. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Thomas Adams 


6.0.0 


I. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Eli Adams 


6.0.0 


I.lS.4 


7.1S.4 


James Moore 


6.0.0 


I.lS.4 


7.18., 


John Knowlton 


6.0.0 


I.lS.4 


7.18.4 


Amos Skinner 


6.0.0 


LlS.4 


7.18.4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



421 





1 Mo pay to Officers 


Travel 230 Miles 




NAMES 


& bounty to Soldiers 


@zd 


Amount 


Sam 1 Averet 


6.0.0 


..18.4 


7.18.4 


Francis Town 


6.0.0 


..18.4 


7.18.4 


Nath 1 Thomas 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.IS.4 


Caleb Houston 


O.O.O 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Solomon Rand 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Lemuel Page 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Jonathan Ball 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


James Wood 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Nehemiah Town 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


John Paige 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Thomas Kidder 


6.0.0 


L18.4 


7.18.4 


Ozias Palmer 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Jonas Dutton 


6.0.0 


1. .8.4 


7.18.4 


John Brown 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Stephen Peirce 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Isaac Appleton 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


John Cutter 


6.0.0 


1. .8.4 


7.18.4 


Ephraim Adams 


6.0.0 


1. .8.4 


7.18.4 


Jon a Kenney 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Nath 1 Stone 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Robert Smith 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Benjamin Adams 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Richardson Emery 


6.0.0 


1.18.4 


7.1S.4 


Nathaniel Holmes 


6.0.0 


1.18.4 


7.18.4 


Dan 1 Cunningham 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


Thomas Morrison 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.1S.4 


Benjamin Mitchel 


6.0.0 


1. 18.4 


7.18.4 


W m Keene 


6.0.0 


1.18.4 


7.18.4 


William Milliken 


6.0.0 


1.18.4 


7.18.4 


Richard Thompson 


6.0.0 


1,18.4 


7.18.4 




£378.-- 


126.10.0 


£521.18.0 



To raising mustering paying & giving Marching 

Order to Above Company 15 Days <w 6s 
Horse hire & other expences to No 4 &c 

Errors excepted Enoch Hale 



4.10 
3- 9 



£529.17.0 



Note 6:3.0 of the Charges was for mustering & paying Cap* Parkers 
Company in Col Wymans Regm* 



422 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss 
September 1776 pursuant to the Order of the Council & Assembly I 
have Musterd & paid The Officers & Soldiers made up in the within 
Roll they being all able bodied effective men 

sign d Enoch Hale Muster & paymaster 

[Lieut. Crombie was of Rindge, Ensign Fletcher of Temple. — 
Ed.] 



[ Captain John House's Co.~] 

Muster Roll of Cap 1 John Houses Company in Col 1 Baldwins Regiment. We 
the Subscribers Officers & Soldiers do acknowledge that we have received of 
Benj a Bellows jun r Esq r one of the paymasters of Said Regiment the Several Sums 
prefixed to our Names 



NAMES 



John House 
James Gould 
Benjamin Hickcox 
Thomas Blake 
Charles Mann 
Jonathan Conant 
Daniel Hough 
Briant Brown 
Nathaniel Bartlet 
Deliverance Woodward 
Moses Brown 
Lemuel Payne 
Nath 1 Ruggles 
Beniah Green 
Amos Thompson 
Nathaniele Messenger 
Gershom Morse 
Adrian Hatch 
Daniel Waterman 
Daniel Wheeler 
David Durgee 
Junia Ingraham 
Daniel Fuller 
Jacob Lovejoy 
John Slap Junr 
William Dower Junr 
SI u man Lathrop 






Captain 
Lieut 1 

Do 
Serg 1 
Private 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
3 Serg 1 
Priv 
Fifer 
Drum 
Pri 

D 
2 Corp 1 





w 












£l 


> 


a 


u 


H 




rtoS 


(A 



H 




*E 


Hanover 


8.0. 


287 


Cockerm th 


5.8 


308 


Campton 


5.8 


326 


Hanover 


6 


284 


Chester 


6 


253 


Do 


6 


253 


Lebanon 


6 


284 


Cornish 


6 


266 


Do 


6 


D 


Do 


6 


D 


Hanover 


6 


284 


Do 


6 


D 


Do 


6 


D 


Pom fret 


6 


D 


Plimouth 


6 


3U 


Norwich 


6 


290 


Do 


6 


291 


Do 


6 


288 


Do 


6 


289 


Plim 


6 


314 


Plimouth 


6 




Dorchester 


6 




Hanover 


6 




Cockerm th 


6 




Lebanon 


6 




Do 


6 




Do 


6 





pq 



2. 7 
2. 11 
2.14 
2. 7 
2. 2 
2. 2 
2. 7 
2. 4 
2. 4 
2. 4 
2. 7 
2. 7 
2. 7 
2. 7 
2.12 
2. 8 
2. 8 
2. 8 
2. 8 
2.18 
2.12 
2.10 
2. 7 
2.1 1 
2. 6 
2. 6 
2. 7 



10. 7 

7.19 
8. 2 
8. 7 
8. 2 
8. 2 
8. 7 
8. 4 
8. 4 
8. 4 
8. 7 
8. 7 
8. 7 
8. 7 
8.12 
8. 8 
8. 8. 
8. 8 
8. 8 
8.12 
8.12 
8.10 

8. 7 
S.i 1 
8. 6 
8. 6 
8. 7 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



423 







C/3 

<L> 


(D 














s 


£§ 


> 

C3 






_ 


NAMES 


>> 


a 






.5 









13 


a 


rto>| 


C/3 


(U 




S 




3 





-a 


s 


£ 




3 

CO 


John Dunbar 


Priv 


Harford 


6 


2 - 5 


. 8 


8. ?. 8 


Samuel Woodworth 




Hanover 


6 




2. 7 


• 4 


8 


7- 4 


Robert Mason 


D 


D 


6 




2. 7 


• 4 


8 


7- 4 


Jonathan Stearns 


4 Cor. 


Do 


6 




2. 7 


• 4 


8 


7- 4 


Thomas Edy 


Pr 


D 


6 




2. 7 


• 4 


8 


7- 4 


Zadock Brown 


Do 


Do 


6 




2. 7 


• 4 


8 


7- 4 


Ebenezer Bliss 


Do 


Lebanon 


6 




2. 6 


8 


8 


6. 8 


Samuel Gains 


4 Ser 


N holdern 5 


6 




2.13 




8 


: 3 


William Humphrys 


P 


D 


6 




2.I3 




8 


J 3 


John Whitten 


Do 


Do 


6 




2.13 




8 


J 3 


Jonathan Hall 


D 


Rumney 


6 




2.I3 


8 


8 


13. 8 


Aaron Stimpson 


D 


Norwich 


6 




2. 7 


6 


8 


7. 6 


Curtis Cady 




Cornish 


6 




2. 4 




8 


4 - 


Henry Hall 


D 


Rumney 


6 




2.I3 


8 


8 


13. 8 


Isaiah Batchelder 


D 


Do 


6 




2.I3 


8 


8 


13. 8 


John Clefford 


D 


Do 


6 




2.I3 


8 


8 


13. 8 


David Perkins 


D 


Campton 


6 




2.I3 


8 


8 


13. 8 


John Watkins 


D 


Pom fret 


6 




2. 7 




8 


7 


Ebenezer Brewer 


D 


Cornish 


6 




2. 4 




8 


4 


Moses Foss 


D 


Thornton 


6 




2.15 


8 


8 


15. 8 


Joseph Hatch 


D 


Do 


6 




2.15 


8 


8 


15. 8 


Ezekiel Elliot 


D 


Do 


6 




2.15 


8 


8 


15. 8 


Andrew Neele 


D 


Do 


6 




2.15 


8 


8 


15. 8 


Jabez Church 


3 Corp 


Campton 


6 




2.13 


8 


8 


13. 8 


Carr Chase 


P 


D 


6 




2.13 


8 


8 


13. 8 


William Hobbart 


D 


D 


6 




2.13 


8 


6 


13. 8 


Samuel Holmes 


1 Corp 1 


D 


6 




2.13 


8 


8 


13. 8 


Asa Hatch 


P 


Alstead 


6 




2. I 


4 


8 


1. 4 


Elijah Brownson 


D 


Norwich 


6 




2. 7 


8 


8 


7. 8 


Timothy Bush 


2 Serg 1 " 


D 


6 




2. 7 


8 


8 


7. 8 


John Hobson 


P 


D 


6 




2. 7 


8 


8 


7. 8 


Abel Webster 




Plimouth 












Nehemiah Hardy 




Do 














£491.1 1. 10 



The above persons are able bodied & effective men mustered & paid by me 

Benjamin Bellows jun r Muster Master. 



424 
[2-165] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[ Cap ta i?i Sa m u el Mc Co n 7i elVs Co . ] 



A Muster & pay Roll of the bounty & travelling Money of the Men 
rased muster' d & Paid by Col Daniel Moor out of his Regiment to 
March to New York agreeable to a late requisition the 26 th Day of Sep- 
tember A D 1776 



THE MENS NAMES MUSTERED. 


Advance wages 
& bounty 


Travel pay 2d 
per Mile 


Sum total 


Sam 1 M c Connel Cap 4 


8.0.0 


2 -5 


10. 5 


Oliver Holmes Lieu* 


5.8.O 


2-5 


7->3 


James Duncan Ensign 


4.O.O 


2-5 


6- 5 


William Caldwell 


6.0.0 


2-5 


8- 5 


Robert Burns 


6.0.0 


2.5 


8- 5 


John Riddle 


6.0.0 


2-5 


8- 5 


James Mann 


6.0.0 


2 -5 


8. s 


Barnabas Kane 


6.0.0 


2.5 


8. 5 


John Patten 


6.0.0 


2.5 


S- 5 


John Lane 


6.0.0 


2-5 


8- 5 


Nath 1 Ambrose 


6.0.0 


2-5 


8- 5 


Job Abbot 


6.0.0 


2-5 


S. 5 


Joshua Tylor 


6.0.0 


2-5 


8-5 


Nathaniel Head 


6.0.0 


2.5 


8- 5 


Samuel Piper 


6.0.0 


2-5 


S- 5 


Samuel Webster 


6.0.0 


2-5 


8. 5 


Robert Moore 


6.0.0 


2-5 


8- 5 


Silas Wells 


6.0.0 


2.5 


8. s 


Jonathan Rowel 


6.0.0 


2.5 


8- 5 


Jonathan Ladd 


6.0.0 


2.5 


8. 5 


Abraham Wells 


6.0.0 


2.5 


8- 5 


Samuel Currier 


6.0.0 


2.5 


8- 5 


Issachar King 


6.0.0 


2.5 


8- 5 


John Coleby 


6.0.0 


2.5 


8- 5 


Samuel Stuart 


6 


2.5 


8- 5 


Ichabod Hersee 


6 


2-5 


8- 5 


Ebenezer Hacket 


6 


2.5 


8. 5 


Amos Emery 


6 


2.5 


8. 5 


Ebenezer Coston 


6 


2.5 


S. 5 


John Ray 


6 


2-5 


8- 5 


John Russ 


6 


2-5 


S- 5 


Enoch Harvey 


6 


2-5 


8- 5 


Ephraim Hadley 


6 


2.5 


S. s 


John Follensby 


6 


2.5 


S- 5 


Jonathan Stuart 


6 


2.5 


8. 5 


Samuel Selly 


6 


2.5 


8- 5 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



425 



THE MENS NAMES MUSTERED 


Advance wages 


Travel pay 2d 


Sum total 




& bounty 


per Mile 




Joseph Coleby 


6 


2-5 


3- 5 


Thomas Cram 


6 


2 -5 


8 


• 5 


Joseph Huse 


6 


2-5 


8 


• 5 


David Clough 


6 


2 -5 


8 


■ 5 


James Dickey 


6 


2.5 


8 


• 5 


William Anderson 


6 


2 -5 


8 


• 5 


Benjamin Rolf 


6 


2-5 


8 


• 5 


William M c Ferson 


6 


2.5 


8 


• 5 


James Grimes 


6 


2-5 


8 


. 5 


James Alexander 


6 


2 -5 


8 


• 5 


John Huntington 


6 


2.5 


8 


• 5 


John Jordan 


6 


2.5 


8 


. 5 


Elijah Cochran 


6 


2-5 


8 


■ 5 


John Gardner 


6 


2.5 


8 


• 5 


Daniel M c Neiil 


6 


2.5 


8 


• 5 


Lessly Gregg 


6 


2-5 


8 


5 


Thomas M c Neill 


6 


2-5 


8 


• 5 


John Gregg 


6 


2.5 


8 


5 


Amos Whittemore 


6 


2.5 


8 


. 5 


Joseph Wilkins 


6 


2.5 


8 


5 


Joseph Henry 


6 


2.5 


8 


5 


Ezra Dutton 


6 


2 -5 


8 


5 


Asa Dutton 


6 


2.5 


8 


5 


Ebenezer Gardner 


6 


2.5 


8 


5 


Josiah Woodbury 


6 


2.5 


8 


5 


Thamar Woodard 


6 


2.5 


8 


5 


Hezekiah Duncklee 


6 


2-5 


8 


5 


Nathaniel Woodbury 


6 


2.5 


8 


5 


Nicholas Besom 


6 


2.5 


8 


5 


Benjamin Senter 


6 


2.5 


8 


5 


John Wakely 


6 


2.5 


8 


5 


Daniel Hackett 


6 


2-5 


8 


5 


Ephraim Moors 


6 


2.5 


8 


5 


Truevvorthy Ladd 


6 


2-5 


8 


5 


John Dickey 


6 


2.5 


8 


5 


David Nichols 


6 


2-5 


8 


5 


W m M c Master 


6 


2.5 


8 


5 


Hugh Montgomery 


6 


2-5 


8. 


5 


William M c Duffee 


6 


2 -5 


8 


5 


Robert Hopkin 


6 


2.5 


8 


5 


Plomer Wheeler 


6 


2-5 


8. 


5 


David Forster 


6 


2-5 


8. 


5 


Caleb Emery 


6 


2.5 


8. 


5 



426 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES MUSTERED 


Advance wages 
& bounty 


Travel pay 2d 
per Mile 


Sum total 


Robert Richardson 
Andrew Bun ton 
Joseph Simson 
Aaron Wliittemore 
Daniel Rogers 


6 
6 
6 
6 
6 


2.5 
2.5 
2-5 

2 -5 

2-5 


8- 5 
8- 5 
8. 5 
8- 5 
8. 5 




486.0.0 


189 -- 


£692.S.O 



A True Roll of the men Mustered & paid by me 

Daniel Moore Muster master & paymaster 

To my expences & charge of mustering & paying the men 

Contained in the Above & foregoing Roll 5.15 



By an order on the receiver General 
By ditto in full this day 



Exeter Oct r 21 st 1776 Errors Excepted 
[Captain M c Connell was of Pembroke. — Ed.] 



£698.3.0 

693.0.0 
5-3 

£698.3.0 



P r Daniel M< 



[2-169] 



[Captain "John Houghton s Co."] 



A Roll of John Houghton's Company in Col Baldwins Regiment, for 
N York Muster'd & paid by Joseph Hammond Esq r Muster & pay mas- 
ter of said Company Sep 1 22 nd 1776 





Advance 






MENS NAMES 


wages 
& bounty 


1 ravel 200 
Miles at 2d 


Amount 


John Houghton Capt n 


£S.o.o 


I. I3.4 


SM3-4 


Daniel Ashley Lieut 


5.8.0 


I. I3.4 


7. 1.4 


Waitstill Scott Ensign 


4.0.0 


I.I3.4 


5- J 3-4 


John Alexander private 


6.0.0 


1. 134 


7- T 3-4 


Daniel Smith 


6 


I. I3.4 


7- I 3-4 


William Dodge 


6 


T.I3.4 


7- I 3-4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



427 



MENS NAMES 


Advance 
wages 


Travel 200 


Amount 




& bounty 

6 


Miles at 2d 




Ebenezer Scott Jun r 


I. I3.4 


7- J 3-4 


Philip Goss Jun r 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


l 3 


4 


James Whitney 


6 


I-I3-4 


7 


l 3 


4 


Nehemiah Healy 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


J 3 


4 


Joseph Marble 


6 


I-I34 


7 


J 3 


4 


Samuel Basset 


6 


1. 134 


7 


: 3 


4 


Nath 1 Chase 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


l 3 


4 


Daniel Shearman 


6 


1. 134 


7 


l 3 


4 


Allis Thayer 


6 


I-I3-4 


7 


f 3 


4 


Amariah Curtiss 


6 


1. 134 


7 


T 3 


4 


James Cook 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


*3 


4 


Jonathan Kingsley 
David Barney 


6 


I-I3-4 


7 


13 


4 


6 


1. 134 


7 


l 3 


4 


Abiel Knop 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


l 3 


4 


Barnard Hicks 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


x 3 


4 


John Bishop 


6 


I-I3-4 


7 


13 


4 


Gideon Burnham 


6 


LI3.4 


7 


x 3 


4 


Edmund Goodenow 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


I 3 


4 


Samuel Cobb 


6.0.0 


I. I3.4 


7 


13 


4 


Nathan Franklin 


6.0.0 


I. I3.4 


7 


x 3 


4 


Jonathan Houlton 


6 


1. 134 


7 


x 3 


4 


Caleb Aldrich 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


T 3 


4 


Ephraim Leonard 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


13 


4 


William Britain 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


x 3 


4 


John Chamberlin 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


^3 


4 


Nathan Howard 


6 


LI3.4 


7 


13 


4 


Justus Chapin 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


x 3 


4 


Abiel Crane 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


13 


4 


James Robinson 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


13 


4 


Josiah Hastings 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


13 


4 


Jonathan Farr 


6 


I.I3.4 


7 


J 3 


4 


Sylvanus Bayley 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


13 


4 


David Stone 


6 


1. 134 


7 


13 


4 


David French 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


: 3 


4 


Ezekiel Powers 


6 


T.I3.4 


7 


13 


4 


Jonathan Cresey 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


13 


4 


Jonathan Farwell 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


13 


4 


Isaac Farr 


6 


I. I3.4 


7 


13 


4 


Nathan Thomas 


6 


I. 13.4 


7 


r 3 


4 


Aron Burnham 


6 


i. 13. 4 


7 


J 3 


4 


Jonathan Barret 


6 


1. 13.4 


7 


x 3 


4 


Abner Bliss 


6 


1. 13.4 


7 


13 


4 



428 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 



David Bill 
James Wascot 
Caleb Ellis 
John Dickson 
Ziba Hall 
Samuel Hall 
Israel Ide 
John Lebourvue 
Obadiah Blake Jun r 
James Eddy 
Joseph Kimball 
Samuel Wright 
Benedic Webster 
Penticost Stanley 
Wright Brown 
Joseph Hammond Jun r 
Benjamin Hammond 
Jonathan Farr 3 d 



Advance 

wages 
& bounty 



6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6.0.0 

6.0.0 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 



Travel 200 
Miles at 2d 



3-4 
34 
3-4 
3-4 
3-4 
3-4 
3-4 
3-4 
3-4 
3-4 



37 8 ~- IIQ 
To Raising Mustering paying & Giving Marching Orders To 

the Above Company 5^ Days (cu 6s 

To Horse hire & expence 



£505 



3-4 
3-4 
3-4 
3-4 
3-4 
3-4 



8.0 



£508.17.0 



State of New Hamp r 

Swanzey Sept 22 nd 1776 

Pursuant to an Order from the Hon ble Council & Assembly I have 
mustered & paid the Above Company they being all able bodied Effect- 
ive men 

Sign d Joseph Hammond Muster & pay master 

Exeter March 20 th 1777 

Examind by the Committee on Claims 

Joseph Giltnan 

In the House of representatives March 22 nd 1777 
The within Roll was Sworn to by Col Joseph Hammond 

Attest N Emery C L D R 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



429 



To Cash p d the Treasurer as pr Rec* 
By Cash rec d of the Treasurer 



508.17.0 
i- 3 

510. 0.0 
510. 0.0 
Joseph Hammond 



[Captain Houghton was of Keene, Lieut. Ashley of Winchester, 
and Col. Joseph Hammond of Swanzey. — Ed.] 



[2-172] 



\_Captain Benjamin Emery's Co.~\ 



A Roll of Cap* Benj a Emerys Comp ny in Col Baldwins Regiment 
which was raised to reinforce the Continental Army at New York Sep* 
20 th 1776 as muster'd & paid by Col Thomas Stickney Muster master & 
pay master of said Company 





Bounty & 






NAMES 


Advance 
wages 


Billeting 


Amount 


Benj a Emery Cap* 


£8.0.0 


2.IO.O 


IO.IO 


Joshua Morse Lieut 


5.8.O 


2.IO 


7 ..8 


Aaron Kinsman Ensign 


4.O.O 


2.IO 


6.IO 


William Clements private 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Israel Glines 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Samuel Gerrish 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Ezra Badger 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


John Carter 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Jon a Currier 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Simeon Coleby 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Ephraim Kinsman 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


William Stickney 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Ralph Cross Jun r 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Ezekiel Stickney 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Peter Kimbal 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Sam 1 Ames 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Samuel Courser 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Bitfield Plumer 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Moses Manuel 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Nathaniel Burwash 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.IO 


Ebenezer Webster 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


S.io 


Edward Eastman 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.10 


Andrew Bohonan 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.10 



43Q 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 





Bounty & 






NAMES 


Advance 
wages 


Billeting 


Amount 


Simeon Jackson 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.io 


Sargent Morrill 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Joshua Weeks 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.io 


Nathaniel Pallet 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Sylvanus Mores 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.ic 


Eliphalet Sanborn 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.io 


Ozzom Lock 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Ebenezer Wallice 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


S.ic 


William Darling 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.ic 


Ezekiel Straw 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


8.ic 


Gideon Gould 


6.0.0 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Jacob Carter 


6 


2.IO 


8.ic 


Nath 1 Kimbal 


6 


2.IO 


8.ic 


Daniel Murrey 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


William Godfrey 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Serjeant Currier 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Benj a B Darling 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Elias Gould 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Samuel Smith 


6 


2.IO 


8.ic 


Nahum Newton 


6 


2.10 


S.ic 


Joshua Whitney 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Joseph Patterson 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Isaac Patterson 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Jesse Rolfe 


6 


2.10 


S.ic 


James Gibson 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Ebenezer Kimbal 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Bruce Walker 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Benj a Simpson 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Noah West 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Moses Burbank 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Isaac Chase 


6 


2.IO 


S.rc 


Richard Goodin 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Abner Flanders 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Moses Garland 


6 


2.IO 


8.ic 


Stephen Bohonen 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Joseph Fiiield 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Edward Fifield 


6 


2.IO 


S.ic 


Sam 1 Thompson 


6 


2.IO 


8. ic 


Solomon Gage 


6 


2.IO 


8.io 


Joseph Connor 


6 


2.IO 


S.io 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



431 



NAMES 



Ralph Cross 
Benjamin Elliot 



Bounty & 

Advance 

wages 




Gordon Hutchins L* Colonel 
To my time & expences in mustering 



& paying the above Company & sending Expresses to the 
Several Captains in my Regmt 



Amount 



8.IO 
8.IO 



£551.18 
2.IO 



£554- 8 



4.IO 



£558.18 



State of New Hampshire Sep* 20 th 1776 

The Subscriber being Appointed by the Council & Assembly as Mus- 
ter master & Paymaster have Mustered the Above Company & paid them 
as set down They being all Able bodied & Effective men & well Ac- 
coutred 



Exeter 2 nd April 2 
Examin'd by the Committee on Claims 

Amount £558.18.0— 



Sign d Thomas Stickney 
Joseph Gilman 



[Captain Emery and Ensign Kinsman were of Concord, and 
Lieut. Morse of Hopkinton. Joseph Patterson was severely wounded 
at the battle of White Plains October 28, 1776. — Ed.] [See 2-186.] 



432 

[2-175] 



OLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[ Captain John Moody 's Co.~] 
Col Baldwins Regiment 



A Muster Roll & pa) T Roll of Cap 1 John Moody's Company raised in 
Col Badgers & part of Col Stickneys Regiments to reinforce the Conti- 
nental Army at N York 1776 



MENS NAMES 


Wages pr month & 
bounty 


Total paid each 


John Moody Captain 


8.0.0 


■ 0.13-4 


Josiah Sanborn Lieu* 


5.8.O 


8. 3.4 


Benjamin Jackson Ensign 


4.O.O 


6.13.4 


Thomas Flanders private 


6.0.0 


8.13.4 


Nathaniel Badger 


6.0.0 


8.13.4 


William Sibley 


6.0.0 


8.13.4 


Robert Bryent 


6.0.0 


S.13.4 


Benjamin Sinkler 


6.0.0 


8.13.4 


Edward Wells 


6.0.0 


8.134 


Simeon Smith 


6.0.0 


8.13.4 


Jonathan Page 


6.0-0 


8.13.4 


Benj a Atkinson 


6.0.0 


8.13.4 


Josiah Emery 


6.0-0 


8.13.4 


James Cates Jun r 


6.0-0 


8.13.4 


Enoch Cates 


6.0-0 


8.'3-4 


Joseph Huse 


6.0.0 


8.13.4 


Gideon Robinson 


6.0-0 


8.13.4 


Pearson Smith 


6.0.0 


8.13.4 


John Mudget 


6.0.0 


8.13-4 


Joseph Tasker 


6.0-0 


S.13.4 


William Lord 


6.0-0 


8.13.4 


Simeon Walton 


6.0.0 


8.13.4 


Moses Miles 


6.0-0 


8.13.4 


William Plaisted 


6.0-0 


8.13.4 


Samuel Oilman Jun r 


6.0.0 


S.13.4 


John Dow 


6.0.0 


8.13.4 


John Rollins 


6.0.0 


S.i.3-4 


John Hilly aid 


6.0.0 


8.13.4 


Simeon Loverin 


6.0.0 


8.13.4 


Samuel Davis 


6.0.0 


8.13-4 


Joseph Smith 


6.0.0 


8-13-4 


Elisha Hutchinson 


6.0.0 


S.13.4 


Lemuel Rand 


6 


S.13.4 


Benjamin Hutchins 


6 


S..3.4 


Ben'j a Kimball 


6 


S.,3.4 


Ephraim Hacket 


6 


8.13-4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



433 



MENS NAMES 


Wages pr month & 
bounty 


Total paid each 


Samuel Osgood 


6 


8.I3.4 


David Bean 


6 


8.I3.4 


Joseph Mudget 
Aaron Hartshorn 


6 
6 


8.I3.4 
8.I3.4 


William Tilton 


6 


8.I3.4 


Stephen Wells 
Nathaniel Rollins 


6 
6 


8.I3.4 
8.I3.4 


Eliphalet Rollins Jun r 
Joseph March 
Eleazer Bickford 


6 
6 
6 


8.I3.4 
8.I3.4 
8.I3.4 


William Muzzay 


6 


8.I3.4 


Samuel Corlis 


6 


8.I3.4 


Daniel Drew 


6 


8.I3.4 


Thomas Baker 


6 


8.I3.4 


Charles Baker 


6 


8.I3.4 


James Berry 


6 


8.I3.4 


Robert Hardy 


6 


8.I3.4 


Joseph Malcolm 


6 


8.I3.4 


Benj a Perkins 


6 


S-I3-4 


Joseph Leavitt of Wakefield 


6 


8.13.4 


Jacob Welch 


6 


8.13.4 


Joseph Leavitt of Wolf borough 
Levi Hutchinson 


6 
6 


8.13.4 
8.13.4 




33 6 


£510.14.8 



State of New Hampshire Strafford ss 

Gilmanton Sept r 25 th 1776 
The above were mustered & paid 

per Joseph Badger Muster & paymaster 

Exeter December 23 rd 1776 

The Committee on Accounts have examin'd this Roll Amount g to five 
hundred & ten pounds fourteen Shillings & eight pence & find it well 
cast & well Vouch'd 

Josiah Gilman Jun r 

D r The State of New Hampshire to Joseph Badger C r 

1776 To Cash paid the Bounty & travel expence of the 

within Roll £510.14.8 

32 



434 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

£510.14.8 

To Mustering & paying the Company 3 



£513.14.8 
To Cash returned into the Treasury to balance this 

Ace' as pr the Treasurers Rec 1 46. 5.4 

£560. 0.0 
Contra 

By Cash rec d of Col Nicholas Gilman 400. 0.0 

By ditto rec d of Ebenezer Smith Esq r 160 

£560. 0.0 

[The foregoing named men were each allowed for 320 miles travel 
at two pence per mile. Captain Moody was of Gilmanton, and 
Lieut. Sanborn of Sanbornton. — Ed.] 



COLONEL DAVID GILMAN'S REGIMENT, 1776. 

[In answer to a requisition from General Washington, the legisla- 
ture, on the fourth day of December, 1776, "Voted, That five hun- 
dred men be Draughted from the several Regiments in this State as 
soon as possible, and officered & sent to New York." On the day 
following, the legislature appointed the field officers as given below. 
The cause of this call was, that the terms of service of the troops in 
garrison at Fort George and Ticonderoga would expire on the last 
day of December, and if their places were not filled those posts 
would fall into the hands of General Sir Guy Carleton. 

FIELD AND STAFF. 

Colonel, David Gilman, Pembroke. 
Lt. Col., Thomas Bartlett, Nottingham. 
Major, Peter Coffin, Exeter. 
Surgeon, Joseph Barnes, Litchfield. 

Adjutant, Thurber. 

Quarter-Master, Samuel Brooks, Jr., Exeter ? 

Adjutant Thurber was probably Benjamin Thurber, of Saville, now 
Sunapee. — Ed.] 



[2-187] Staff Officers of Col. David Gilman' 's Regt. 



David Gilman 
Tho 8 Bartlett 
Peter Coffin 
Joseph Barnes 

Thurber 
Samuel Brooks 



Rank 



Colonel 
U Col 
Major 
Surgeon 
Adjutant 
Qu Master 



1 month's 
advance wages 



15.. O..O 

12.. O..O 

IO.. O..O 

7..IO..O 

5..IO..O 

5..IO..O 



Travel 



2..IO..O 
2..IO..O 
2..IO..O 
2..IO..O 
2..IO..O 
2..IO..O 



I7..IO..O 
I4..10..0 
I2..IO..O 
IO.. O..O 

8.. 0..0 
8.. 0..0 



£'jo..io..o 



Copy ex c 



Per Josiah Gilman Jun r 



436 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[2-190] \_Captain Francis Townc's Co."] 

Col David Gilman's Regiment raised by the State of New Hampshire 
in December 1776 To reinforce The Continental Armv in the State of 
New York being One Months advance wages to the Officers & Soldiers 
& twenty Shillings per Month Over the Stated wages as a bounty to each 
Non Commissioned Officer & private also two pence a mile for Travel & 
in Lieu of baggage Waggons — 

Captain Francis Town's Company 



NAMES 


Advance Wages 


Travel 
2d per Mile 


Amount 


Francis Town Captain 


8 - - 


1.18.4 


9.18.4 


Samuel Wright Lieu* 


5- 8- 


1. 13.4 


7. 1.4 


Nehemiah Houghton 2 nd d° 


5. 8 


1. 13.4 


7. 1.4 


Zadock Wheeler Serj* 


3- 8 


1. 13.4 


5- i-4 


Stephen Parker d° 


3- § 


1. 18.4 


5. 6.4 


Charles White d° 


3- 8 


..18.4 


5- 6 -4 


Micah Reed d° 


3- 8 


1. 13.4 


5- «-4 


Enoch Stoel Corpr 1 


3- 4 


1. 13.4 


4.17.4 


Samuel Heaton d° 


3- 4 


1. 13.4 


4- ! 7-4 


Benjamin Hazen d° 


3- 4 


1. 13.4 


4.17.4 


Eldad Spafford d° 


3- 4 


1. 18.4 


5- 2 -4 


John Bryant Drum 1 " 


3- 4 


1. .8.4 


5- 2-4 


Ephraim Whitcomb Fifer 


3- 4 


1.1S.4 


5- 3 -4 


Peter M c Allister private 


3 


1. 18.4 


4.18.4 


Isaac Adams 


3 


1.1S.4 


4.18.4 


Jacob Copeland 


3 


1. 18.4 


4.18.4 


James Taggart 


3 


1. 18.4 


4.18.4 


Peter Fletcher 


3 


1.18.4 


4.18.4 


Elijah Mansfield 


3 


1. 18.4 


4.1S.4 


Joseph Dodge Jun r 


3 


1.1S.4 


4.1S.4 


Abel Dutton 


3 


1. 18.4 


4.1S.4 


Asa Gibs 


3 


1. ,8. 4 


4.1S.4 


Asa Perham 


3 


,.iS.4 


4.. 8.4 


David Sanders 


3 


1..S.4 


4.rS. 4 


Thaddeus Hastings 


3 


1.18.4 


4.1S.4 


William White 


3 


1..S.4 


4.. 8.4 


Job Puffer 


3 


1..S.4 


4.1S.4 


Joseph Blanchard 


3 


1.1S.4 


4.1S.4 


Thomas Adams 


3 


1.18.4 


4.1S.4 


William Priest 


3 


1. 18.4 


4.18-4 


Isaac Proctor 


3 


1.1S.4 


4.. 8.4 


Daniel Adams 


1 3 


1. .8.4 


4.1S.4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



437 



NAMES 


Advance Wages 


Travel 
2d per Mile 


Amount 


William Nurse 


3 


1. 18.4 


4.1S.4 


Jonathan Whiting 


3 


I. 18.4 


4 


18.4 


Edmund Towne 


3 


I. 18.4 


4 


18.4 


Joel Wright ' 


3 


I. 18.4 


4 


18.4 


Reuben Wellman 


3 


I. 184 


4 


18.4 


Jonathan Avery 


3 


I. 18.4 


4 


1S.4 


Nathaniel Thomas 


3 


1. 18.4 


4 


18.4 


Philip Alexander 


3 


1. 134 


4 


'3-4 


David Winchester 


3 


I.I3.4 


4 


'3-4 


Jon a Winchester 


3 


I. I3.4 


4 


J 3-4 


Arthur Coney 


3 


LI3.4 


4 


13-4 


William Carpenter 


3 


I. I3.4 


4 


J 3-4 


David Whitcotnb 


3 


I. I3.4 


4 


'3-4 


John Askins 


3 


I. I3.4 


4 


r 3-4 


James Shafter 


3 


I. I3.4 


4 


i3-4 


Moses Barret 


3 


I. I3.4 


4 


13-4 


John Whitcomb 


3 


1. 13.4 


4 


! 3 4 


Jonas Fairbank 


3 


I.I3.4 


4 


134 


Aaron Farr 


3 


I.I3.4 


4 


!3-4 


John Reed 


3 


I. I3.4 


4 


13-4 


Levi Durant 


3 


I.I3.4 


4 


13-4 


Levi Fairbank 


3 


I. I3.4 


4 


J 3-4 




£174.12 - 


98. O.O 


£272 


12.0 



To raising mustering paying & Giving marching 
To the Above Company 12] Days (a) 6s 
To Horse hire & expences 



Orders 



3-J5 
3- 3 



£279.10 - 
State of New Hampshire Dec r 20 th 1776 

Pursuant to an Order of the Hon ble Council & Assembly we have mus- 
tered & paid the Above Company they being all able bodied Effective 
men 

(Sign'd) Enoch Hale ) Muster & 

Joseph Hammond ) paymasters 

Exeter March 20 th 1777 Examin'd by the Com tee on Claims 

Joseph Oilman 
In the House of representatives March 22 d 1777 
The Above Roll was sworn to Col Hammond & Col Hale 
Attest N. Emery Cl r D R 



438 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



279.IO 
2I.IO 

301. O 

£301. - 



The within Ace* brought Over 

To Cash p d The Treasurer as per Rec* 

By Cash rec d of the Treasurer 

Per Enoch Hale 

Joseph Hammond 

Copy ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r 

[Captain Towne was of Rindge, Lieut. Wright of Swanzey, and 
Ensign Houghton probably of Richmond. — Ed.] 



[2-'93] 



\_Captain William Walker's Co.~\ 



Muster Roll of 42 Men raised out of the fifth regiment Militia in the 
State of New Hampshire by an Order from Major Gen 1 Folsom of Dec r 
7 ,h 1776 To reinforce the Continental Army at New York Until the first 
of March 1777 



MENS NAMES 


One Months Pay 


Billeting to 

N York 


Total Amt paid 


William Walker Cap* 


8 


2.2 


IO. 2 


Ebenezer Perry L* 


5-8 


2.2 


7.IO 


Zachariah Richardson 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Jacob Whittemore 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Randal M c Donald 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


James Rolf 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Samuel Johnson 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Jesse Wyman 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


David Sanderson 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Jonathan Hubbard 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Ebenezer Farley 


3 


2.2 


5. 2 


Samuel Chamberlain 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Benjamin Wright 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


John Hale 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Amos Eastman 


3 


2.2 


5. 2 


Isaac Merrill 


3 


2.2 


5. 2 


Joseph Greely 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Asahel Blodgct 


3 


2.2 


5. 2 


William Cu minings 


3 


2.2 


5. 2 


John Lawrence 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Jonathan Stevens 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


John Whitaker 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



439 



MENS NAMES 


One Months Pay 


Billeting to 
N York 


Total Amt paid 


Samuel Wood 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Jonathan Cochran 
Jacob Curtiss 


3 
3 


2.2 
2.2 


5- 2 
5- 2 


Roger Dutton 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


John Taylor 
Isaac Curtiss 


3 
3 


2.2 
2.2 


5- 2 
5- 2 


Ebenezer Odell 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Daniel Barker 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Robert B Wilkins 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


William Parker 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Stephen Gould 
Jacob Adams 


3 
3 


2.2 

2.2 


5- 2 
5- 2 


Jonathan Hartshorn 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Abiel Holt 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Silas Swallow 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Phinehas Whitney 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


James Orr 


3 


2.2 


5- 2 


Solomon Hutchinson 


3 


2.2 


5. 2 


Joseph Dix 
Joseph Barnes Jun r 


3 
3 


2.2 
2.2 


5- 2 
5- 2 




3 


2.2 

Dorals 12s 
ilec 1 They 


5- 2 


Additional pay to 3 Serjeants 1.4 Three Cor 
1 Fifer 4^ 1 Drum 1 " 1 p d Cap* Walker per his . 
not being Appointed when Mustered 


£221.12.0 

2. 4 




223.16 



These Certify that this is a true Roll of 42 Men Mustered & paid 
agreeable thereto & that they were able bodied & Effective well Equipt 
with fire Arms & Accoutrements Agreable to Order February the 6 th 
1777. 

Noah Lovewell Muster & paymaster 



440 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

D r The State of New Hampshire to Noah Lovewell 

1777 

Dec r To Cash p d 42 Men as per Roll 223.16 

To my time and Expence mustering & paying d° 1 

To my time to Exteer to make return 3 days — 12 

To Horse Journey to d° 40 Miles — 10 

To my expence — 12 



£226.10 
Ballance due to the State 2.10 



229 
Copy ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r 

Contra 
1776 
Dec 1 " By Cash rec d of the Treasurer — ,£229. 

Exeter Feb y 6 th 1 777 ^ ne Committee on Claims having examn d The 
foregoing Roll & Ace* find it well Vouched & right Cast The ballance 
due to the State is two pounds ten Shillings 

John Taylor Gilman 

One of the Committee on Claims 

Feb y the 7 th 1 777- The ballance of the Aforegoing Ace* Amounting 
to two pounds ten Shillings p d into the Treasury by Col Lovewell 

Per E Thompson — 

Copy ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r 

[Captain Walker was of Dunstable, and Lieut. Perry probably of 
Wilton. — Ed.] 

[2-195] [Captain Walke? , additional. ,] 

Muster Roll of Eighteen Men Raised by Col David Hobart of Ply- 
mouth in the County of Grafton and State of New Hampshire out of the 
Regiment Under his command to reinforce the Continental Army in the 
State of New York to remain in the service Untill the first day of March 
next unless sooner discharged Agreeable to his Orders from the Authority 
of the State 

Dated at Exeter December the 7 th 1776 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Cap* Walkers Comp y 330 Miles each 



441 



NAMES 


Time when Engaged 


No of Miles 
Traveld 2d 


One Months 
Advance pay 
Each 


Sum total of 
Cash reed 


Alexander Craig L* 


16 th Dec r 1776 


2.15 


5-8 


S- 3 


Peter Sleeper Serjeant 




2.15 


3-3 


6 


• 3 


Henry Snow Corporal 




2 '!5 


3-4 


5 


l 9 


David Brown private 




2 - I 5 


3 


5 


15 


Joseph Tharber 




2.15 


3 


5 


!5 


Peter Maillorey 




2 -*5 


3 


5 


15 


Jonah Chapman 




2.15 


3 


5 


*5 


Solomon Blood 




2.15 


3 


5 


15 


Levi Fletcher 




2.15 


3 


5 


15 


William Powers 




2.15 


3 


5 


15 


Isaac Clifford 




2.15 


3 


5 


15 


Joseph Wheat 




2 - I 5 


3 


5 


*5 


Jonathan Crawford 




2.15 


3 


5 


15 


Ebenezer Keys 




2.15 


3 


5 


15 


George Kenfield 




2.15 


3 


5 


T 5 


Jeremiah Qiiimby 




2.15 


3 


5 


r 5 


Samuel Hodge 




2.15 


3 


5 


J 5 


Josiah Fellows 




2.15 


3 


5 


15 




£106.10 



This may Certify that the men mentioned in the Above Roll were 
rais'd out of the Regiment of Militia Under my Command & Mustered 
by me That their Rank, Places of Abode Time when engag'd Time 
when mustered Number of Miles Travel Also their travelling Expences 
& Advance wages which was paid by me was as is Exhibited in the 
foregoing Roll (Sign'd) David Hobart Col 

Plymouth Dec r 24 th 1776 
Amount of the Roll 1 06.10.0 

To raising mustering & paying the Above Men 3 days (w 6/ iS 



£107. 8 
In Committee on Claims Exeter Nov r 18 th 1777 
This Ace 4 & Roll Amounting to One hundred & Seven pounds eight 
shillings is well Vouch'd & right Cast 

Exam d Joseph Gilman 

Copy ex d Joseph Gilman Jun r 

[Lieut. Craig was of Rumney. — Ed.] 



44 2 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[2-197] \_Part of Captain Joshua Hayward 's Co.~\ 

A Roll of that part of Cap 1 Joshua Hayward's Company in Col David 
Gilmans Regiment raised Dec r 16 th 1776 Out of the Regiment of Militia 
Under my command by Order of the Council & Assembly of the State 
of New Hampshire to Join the Army of the United States at New York 
Until the first day of March next 



NAMES 



Benjamin Flood 2 nd L* 
David Johnson private 
Frederick Keyes 
Samuel Harper Jim 1 
Alexander Mills'" 
Solomon Biglow 
William Kimball 
William Symes 
Ebenezer Clark 
Jedediah Rice Serjeant 
Samuel Wood 
Phineas Page Corporal 
Bethuel Miller 
Joseph Brown 
Daniel Ritter Corporal 
Jonathan Hall Jun r 
Joseph Plumley 
Jonathan Lane 



Advance 


Miles 


wages 


Travel 


5-8 


220 


3 


220 


3 


24O 


3 


24O 


3 


232 


3 


2 34 


3 


232 


3 


242 


3 


241 


3-8 


232 


3 


2 45 


34 


2 34 


3 


2 34 


3 


2 34 


3-4 


220 


3 


220 


3 


229 


3 


2 53 



1. 16. 
1. 16. 

2 

2 

1. 18. 

1. 1 9 

I. l8. 

2 - 

2 

1. 18. 

2-IO 

1. 19 

T.19 

1. 19 



1. 16. 

1. 16. 

1. 17. 
2. 2. 



Cash p d Cap' Hayward for the extra wages of 3 Serjeants 
2 Corporals 1 Drum r & 1 Fifer 
To raising mustering & paying the Above men 



Total 



7.4. 

4.IO. 

5 
5 
4- 
4- 



18. 
l 9 



4- 


18. 


8 


5- 




4 


5- 




2 


5- 


6. 


8 


5- 


0. 


10 


5- 


3 




4- 


19 




4- 


19 




S- 


0. 


8 


4- 


16. 


8 


4- 


»7- 


6 


5- 


2. 


2 



12. 3. 



3-H- 8 
£97.18. 4 



State of New Hampshire Walpole Jan y I st 1777 

Pursuant to an Order from the Hon ble Council & Assembly I have 
muster'd & paid the Above Company they being all able bodied Effective 
men 

Benj a Bellows Jun r Muster & pay Master 

Copy ex (1 Per Josiah Gilman Jun r 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



443 



[2-1 98] [Captain ^Joshua HaywaroVs Co., in part.~\ 

State of New Hampshire Grafton ss 

A Pay Roll of that part of Cap* Joshua Haywards Company in Col° 
David Gilman's Regiment rais'd out of a Regiment of Militia Under the 
Command of Col Israel Morey by Order of the Council & Assembly of 
this State to Join the Continental Army in the State of New York till the 
first day of March next We the Subscribers do Acknowledge we have 
received of Israel Morey Esq 1- Paymaster of the Corps raised out of his 
Regiment belonging to Cap* Joshua Haywards Company the several 
sums prefixed to our Names Billeting per Mile to New York & One 
Months advance pay 

Time of Engagement December 20 th 





Rate 


Miles 








per 


Travel 


Billeting 


Sum Total 




Month 








Joshua Hayward Cap* 


8 


350 


2.18.4 


IO. 18.4 


Abraham Palmer Clerk 


3 


330 


2.15 - 


5^5- 


Alexander Hodg 


3 


350 


2.18.4 


5.18.4 


William Miner 


3 


350 


2.18.4 


5.18.4 


Sam 1 Parker 


3 


360 


3. O.O 


6 


Solomon Parker 


3 


350 


2.18.4 


5.18.4 


Ephraim Wesson 


3 


350 


2.18.4 


5.18.4 


Sam 1 Lang 


3 


350 


2.18.4 


5.18.4 


Hez. Fuller 


3 


350 


2.18.4 


5.18.4 


John Lovering 


3 


336 


2.l6 - 


5.16 


Job Moulton 


3 


360 


3. O.O 


6. 


Jacob Kent 


3 


336 


2.l6 - 


5.16 


Elisha Warner 


3 


360 


3- -- 


6. 


Benjamin Follit 


3 


330 


2.15 


5- l 5 


Giles Follit 


3 


330 


2-15 


5-5 


John Marston 


3 


330 


2.15 


5-5 


John Woodworth 


3 


330 


2.15 


5^5 


Ichabod Sawyer 


3 


330 


2.15 


5-5 


Elias Rise 


3 


3 2 4 


2.14 


5.14 


Jabez Veaughn 


3 


3 2 4 


2.14 


5-4 


Ezra Thompson 


3 


3 2 4 


2.14 


5-4 


Benjamin Howard 


3 


324 


2.14 


5.14 


Joseph Hews 


3 


3H 


2.14 


5-4 


Abel Skinner 


3 


324 


2.14 


5-4 


Ebenezer Rice 


3 


35° 


2.18.4 


5.18.4 


George Moor 


3 


336 


2.16 


5-6 




£156.8.8 



444 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



D r The State of New Hampshire to Israel Morey 

1776 
Dec r 10 th To the Amount of the within Roll 

To my time Horse hire & expences Mustering 

& paying the within 26 Men 
To Journey to Charlestown to meet Col Bel- 
lows & Col Chase to Appoint the Officers 
of a Comp y per Committee's Order 3 days 
time 155 Expences 12s Horse hire 155 
To journey to Exeter to make return of men per 
Order of the Committee 



1776 



Contra 



Dec r 7 th By Cash rec d of the Treasurer 
Ballance due to Israel Morey 



£156. 8. 
3 - 



2. 2, 
2 - 



163. 10.8 

£154. 0.0 
9.10.8 



Exeter Jan y 14 th 1777 



£163.10.8 
The Committee On Claims having examined 



the foregoing Ace 1 of Col Israel Moreys find it well Vouched & right 
Cast the ballance due to him is Nine pounds ten shillings & eight pence 

(Sign'd) Josiah Gilman Jun r 

in behalf of the Committee 
Copy ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r 



[2-200] \_Captain Joshua Hay-ward' s Co., in part. - ] 

We whose names are hereafter subscribed do acknowledge we have 
received of Jonathan Chase the several Sums Annexed to our names as 
soldiers raised to reinforce the Continental Army in the State of New 
York 

Cap 1 Haywards Company 



PART OF HAYWARD'S CO 


For 1 Months 
Advance pay 


For travelling 
Fees Miles 276 


Amount 


Abel Lyman L* 
Simeon Short 
Nathaniel Stafford 
Benjamin Chapman Jun r 
Job Stevens 
Sam 1 Willard 
Eleazer Jackson 


5-3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 


2. 6 
2. 4.2 
2. 4.2 
2. 4.2 
2. 4.2 
2. 4 
2. 4 


7.I4.O 

5- 4- 2 
5- 4-2 
5- 4- 2 
5- 4- 2 
5- 4 
5- 4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



445 



PART OF HAYWARD'S CO 


For i Months 
Advance pay 


For travelling 
Fees Miles 276 


Amount 


John Weld 
Nathaniel Dastum 


3 
3 


2. 4 
2. 4 


5- 4 
5- 4 


Job Cotton 
Robert Scott 


3 
3 


2- 5 
2 - 5 


5- 5 
5- 5 


Jeremiah Meacham 


3 


2. 7.6 


5- 7- 6 


Ezekiel Gardner 


3 


2. 9.6 


5. 9.6 


Jo si ah Clark 


3 


2. 9.6 


5. 9.6 


James How 


3 


2 - 5 


5- 5 


Abiel Willes 


3 


2. 6 


5- 6 


Luther Lincon 


3 


2. 8 


5- 8 


Robert Mason 


3 


2. 8 


5- 8 


Russel Smith 


3 


2. 8 


5- 8 


Ezekiel Parker 


3 


2. 8 


5- 8 


George Knox 
Ezra Perkins 


3 
3 


2. 7.6 
2. 6 


5- 7-6 
5- 6 


Stephen Colburn 


3 


2. 6 


5- 6 


Nath 1 Porter Jun r 


3 


2. 6 


5- 6 


Israel Hoit 


2 


2.10 


5.10 




£135. 1.8 



£135. 1.8 



The Above is a true Roll of men Mustered & paid by me 

Jonathan Chase Muster & paymaster 
D r the State of New Hampshire to Jonathan Chase 

1776 
Dec r To paid the within 25 Men One Months Wages & for 
Billeting to New York 
To my time & expence mustering & paying the Above 

men 
To 12 Days time Journeying from Cornish to Exeter 
fed 55 per day to make the within return & to get 
my Militia Roll past 
To my Horse Journey 140 Miles fa) 2 d 
To my expences 12 Days fa) 55 



2.10 



0.0 
3-4 



Exeter Jan y 28 th 1777 

Errors excepted per Jon th Chase 

1776 
Dec r 12 By Cash rec d from the Treasurer 

Ballance due to Jon a Chase 



£144.15.0 

Cr 
£141.10 - 
3- 5 



£144.15 



446 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Exeter Jan* 28 th 1777 The Above Ace 1 is well Vouched & right Cast 
The ballance due to Col Jon" Chase is three pounds five Shillings 

Examin'd by Committee On Claims 

Jn° Taylor Gilman 

Received an Order on the Treasurer for the Above ballance per Jonth 
Chase 

Copy ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r 



[2-202] 



[ Captain Samuel Walllngford 's Co.~\ 



A Muster Roll & pay Roll of Officers & Soldiers paid by Stephen 
Evans Raised in the second Regiment of Militia in the State of New 
Hampshire to reinforce the Continental Army in the State of New York 
or elsewhere Dec r 17 th 1776 



Sam 1 Wallingford Cap 1 

James Nute L* 

Ebenezer Ricker L* 

Moses Hodgdon Serj* & Clark 

Clement Whervia Serj* 

John Foye Serj* 

William Peavy Corporal 

Daniel Straw Corporal 

Joseph Drown Corpr 1 

Daniel Whitehouse Drumm r 

Uriah Hanscomb private 

Benjamin Leathers 

Daniel Leavitt 

Nathaniel Perkins 

Ebenezer Horn 

Josiah Brown 

Samuel Demerit 

John Davies 

Eliphalet York 

John Rendal 

Thomas Durgin 

Henry Hill 

Ebenezer Young 

Richard Babb 



Advance 
wages 



5-8 

5.8 

3.3 

3-8 

3-8 

3 

3 

3 

3 



Billetinc 



34 
3-4 
3-4 



3-4 

3-4 



3-4 
3-4 
3-4 



Sum total 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3-4 
3-4 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



447 





Advance 

wages 


Billeting 


Sum Total 


Nathan Foss 


3 


2.I3.4 


5- I 3-4 


David Waldron 


3 


2.134 


5 


*34 


Ebenezer Hayes 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


'3-4 


George Gray 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


J 34 


Carson Sankey 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


J 3-4 


Benjamin Ham 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


r 3-4 


John Place 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


x 3-4 


John Knowles 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


13-4 


Enoch Hays 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


r 3-4 


David Davis Jun r 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


13-4 


William Ham 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


134 


Benjamin Foyet 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


J 34 


Samuel Foret 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


134 


Moses Emerson 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


i34 


John Twombley 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


i34 


Eben r Ricker Jun r 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


<34 


Joseph Young Jun r 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


134 


Benjamin Tate 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


134 


March Meeder 


3 


2.I3.4 


5 


134 




£255 


94 



Exeter Jan y 4 th 1777 The within Roll Amounting to two Hundred 
Fifty five pounds Nine Shillings & four pence is right Cast Receipts for 
payment of One Months advance Wages & Travelling expences were 
produced 

Examin'd by the Committee On Claims 



Copy ex d 



Joseph Gilman 

per Joseph Gilman Jun r 



448 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[2-204] \_Captain Joseph Parson's Co., in part. ~\ 

Muster Roll of 34 Men raised out of the first Regiment for the State 
of New Hampshire by an order from Major Gen 1 Folsom of 7 th Decem- 
ber 17S6 To reinforce the Continental Army at New York Until the I st 
of March next 

Time of Enlistment Dec r 20 th 1776 







Billeting 






MENS NAMES 


Monthly 
Pay 


to 
New York 


Total Amt pd 




Joseph Parsons Captain 


8 


2.IO 


IO.IO 




Joshua Weeks 2 nd L* 


5.8 


2.IO 


7.18 




Simeon Towle Serjeant 


3-8 


2.IO 


5.18 




John Odiorne Corp 1 


3-4 


2.IO 


5.14 




Joseph Hutchins D° 


3-4 


2.IO 


5-H 




Josiah Weeks 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




John Trickey 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




Anthony Vincint 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




Gilbert Shaw 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




Joseph Place 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




Thomas Pinner 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




Christopher Gardner 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




David Sherburne 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




William Masden 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




James Libby 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




James Dearborn 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




Isaac Stockbridge 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




Roger Hunnuile 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




Timothy Watson 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




Samuel Rand 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




Nath 1 Rand 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




William Rand 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




William Foss 


3 


2.lO 


5.10 




John Rand 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




David Remmick 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




Edward Varrell 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




Eliphalet Veazy 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




Mark Mattoon 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




James Neill 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




Benjamin Leavitt 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




George Rundlet 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


( Those two men retd by Colo 


James Kenniston 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


| Langdon 


Josep Walphy 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


f Thote two return 'd by Colo 


Accabrook Compble 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


| Sherburne 




£195. 4 





REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 449 



Expences & Horse hire to Exeter for pay- 
ment of Billeting & Appointing Officers 
of the Company with Col Moulton — 1. 8.9 

Inlisting 34 Men &c — 12 



£197. 4.9 

These Certify that the preceeding Roll of 34 Men pass'd Muster & 
were paid off Agreeable thereto & that they were able bodied & Effect- 
ive, Well Equipt with fire arms &c Answerable to Orders 

Josh Wentworth 

Muster & paymaster 

£197.4.9 
Rec d by the hand of Sam 1 Curtiss Esq 1 " 180 



17.4.9 Due to Wentworth 

The Above Comp y March'd from Exeter 24 Dec r 1776 

By Order Col Bartlett J W 

Exeter Jan y i 8t 1777 

This Roll Amounting to One Hundred Ninety five pounds 4 Shillings 
is right Cast & well Vouch'd 

Joseph Gilman One of the Committee 

Copy ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r 

[Capt. Parsons was of Rye, and Lieut. Weeks of Greenland. — 
Ed.] 



[2-206] \_Captain Parsons 's Co., in part. ~\ 

Muster & Pay Roll of 26 Men raised out of the 3 d Regiment of New 
Hampshire Militia & of One Months Advance Wages & Travel to New 
York paid them by Col Jonathan Moulton who was Appointed Pay 
Master to said Men Decern 1 18 th 1776 

33 



450 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 
Cap 1 Parsons Company 



NAMES 



Josiah Dearborn L* 
Simon Sandborn Serj' 
Jonathan Leavit D° 
Daniel Smith D° 
Josiah Batchelder Cor pl 
Jesse Prescntt D° 
Josiah Moulton Fifer 
James Leavitt private 
George Long 
Samuel Drake 
John Marston 
Thomas Woodman 
John Darling 



.Mo 


Travel 


adv 


to 


pay 


N York 


5-S 


2.IO 


1-8 


2.IO 


3-* 


2.IO 


3-8 


2.IO 


3-4 


2.IO 


3-4 


2.IO 


3-4 


2.IO 


3 


2.IO 


3 


2.IO 


3 


2.IO 


3 


2.IO 


3 


2.IO 


3 


2.IO 



NAMES 



Cato Moulton 
Nathan Greenleaf 
Thomas Silleey 
Paul Blake 
Daniel Weare 
Sam 1 Batchelder 
John Sandburn 
John Batchelder 
Paul Long 
Tho s Cotton Jun r 
Thomas Arnold 
Benjamin Swain 
Humphrey Flood 



Mo ach 
pay 



£82.4 



Travel to 
N York 



2.IO 
2.IO 
2.IO 
2.IO 
2.IO 
2.IO 
2.IO 
2.IO 
2.IO 
2.IO 
2.IO 
2.IO 
2.IO 



£65. O 

82. 4 



£147. 4 



Pursuant to orders I have mustered & paid the Above men the several 
sums set against each of their names 

Jon a Moulton Muster & paymaster 

In Committee on Claims Exeter Jan y 22 nd 177S 
This Roll Amounting to One Hundred forty seven pounds 45 is well 
Vouch'd & right Cast 

Examin'd per Josiah Gilman Jun r 

D r The State of New Hampshire to Jonathan Moulton C r 

To p d 26 Men 1 M° Adv ce By Cash rec d out of the 

Wages & travel as Above 147.4 Treasury £145.0 

To my time & expence in 4.4 

raising mustering & paying 
off said men &c 2 



149.4 £149.4 

Exeter Jan y 22 d 1778 
Rec d an Order on the Treasurer for four pounds four Shillings in full 

Jon a Moulton 
Copy ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r — 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



451 



[2-207] 



[Captain Daniel Gordon's Co., in part. ~\ 



Muster & Pay Roll of Men in Cap* Daniel Gordens Co Col David Gil- 
mans Regiment rais'd out of the Regm* Commanded by Col° Nicholas 
Gilman to reinforce the Continental Army at New York & mustered & 
paid by Said Nicholas Gilman 



MENS NAMES 



James Moody private 
James Prince 
John M c Crellis 
Nathaniel Batchelder 
Asa Marsten 
Isaac Shepard 
Edward Prescut 
Nicholas Smith J r 
Jonathan Thing 
Nath 1 Rollings 
Elijah Rollings 
Moses Roberts 
Simon Gilman 
John Folsom 
Joseph Neal 
Reuben Morgin 
Samuel Burleigh 
William Blake 
Zebulon Norris 
David Norris 
Ephraim Batchelder 
Samuel Daniels 
Nicholas Leathers 
Solomon Hayes 
Daniel Foye 
Abraham Brown 
Job Sherburne 
Samuel Lawrence 
Josiah Kelly 
John Tucker 
Jacob Smith 
Jonathan Thurstin 
Paul Blake 
Bart Gale 
Joseph Bartlet 
David Fogg 



1 Months 
wages paid 



Travel to 
N York 


Whole 
Amount 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5-i 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2 IO 


5-i 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5-i 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5-i 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5-* 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5-i 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5-i 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5-i 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5-i 


2.IO 


5-i 


2.IO 


5- 1 


2.IO 


5-i 


2.IO 


5-i 


2.IO 


5-i 


2.IO 


5-1 



452 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 



John Prescott 
James Wadleigh 
Moses Jewit 
Samuel Moody 
Samuel Smith 
Levi Pickering 

paid Cap* Gorden per Rec* 
Time & expence mustering & paying the men 



i Months 
wages paid 



Travel to 
N York 



2.IO 
2.IO 
2.IO 
2.IO 
2.IO 
2.IO 



Whole 
Amount 



5.IO 
5.IO 
5.IO 
5.IO 
5.IO 
5.IO 

£lO.IO 

2 



£243.10 



Copy ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r 



[2-208] 



\_Captain Gordon's Co. y in fart.~\ 



A Muster & Pay Roll of the men raised & mustered in the seventh 
Regiment the 16 th & 17 th of December 1776 to be under the command of 
Col David Gilman to recruit the American Army till the first of March 
1777— 

Cap* Gordens Company 











MENS NAMES 


Wages 


Expenses 


Sum total 


Samuel Kelly Lieu* 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 


David Quinbv Lieu* 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 


Zach Woodbury Serf 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 


Levi Colby 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 


Caleb Chase 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 


Philip Fowler Drum 1 " 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 


Richard Griffin 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 


Aaron Quinby 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 


Nathan Gile 


3 


2. TO 


5.IO 


Peter Harriman 


3 


2. EO 


5.IO 


John Jefters Jun r 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 


Moses Knight 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 


Thomas French 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 


Caleb Knight 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 


Jere Foster 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



453 



MENS NAMES 


Advance 
Wages 


Travelling 
Expenses 


Sum Total 


Silas Wheeler 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 




Phinehas Clough 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 




David Bussell 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 




Thomas Wadlev 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 




Isaac Stevens Corp 1 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 




Joshua Eastman Corporal 


3 


2.10 


5.IO 




William Richardson 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 




Joshua Bayley 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 




Timothy Heath 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 




Richard Hoyt 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 




Abraham ,Sanborn Jun r 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 




William Gregg 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 




Joseph Woodman 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 




James Russell 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




Richard Fitz 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 




William Shaw 


3 


2.IO 


5.IO 






,£170.10 Amot 


nt 



Pursuant to Orders from the General Assembly to me I have Mustered 
the Above named persons they being good able bodied Effective men & 
have p d them the Sums set Against their respective names 

Per Josiah Bartlett 



D r The State of New Hampshire to Josiah Bartlett- 

To mustering & paying the within Company 
To Cash paid the men as advance wages 
To ditto p d for travelling expence 



p d The Treasurer as per Receipt 



1776 



Sup ra O 



Dec r 13 th By Cash received of the treasurer — 

Errors Excepted 

Copy ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r 



£1.16.0 
93. 0.0 
77.10.0 

£172. 6.0 
7.14 

£180. 0.0 



£180. 0.0 
Per Josiah Bartlet 



454 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[2-2IO] 



[Captain Benjamin Sias's Co., in part. ~\ 



A Roll of Cap 1 Benjamin Sias's Company in Col David Gilmans Reg- 
iment destin'd for New York as mustered & paid by Col Tho 8 Stickney 
Mustermaster & paymaster of said Company 



NAMES 


Adv Wages 


Billiting 


Sum total 


Benj a Si as Cap* 


S.o 


2.IO 


10. ro 


John M c Clary J r V 


5.8 


2.IO 


7.18 


Philbrick Bradley 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Stephen Sutton 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Peter Blanchard 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Amos Abbot Jun r 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Richard Flood 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


William Bartin 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Wadley Cram 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Isaac Davis 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


James Uran 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Daniel Carter 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Simeon Sanborn 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


John Rowen 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Daniel Felch 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Theophilus Blake 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Ebenezer Bean 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Moses Noyes 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


David Norris 


3 


2.IO 


=;.io 


Henry M c Crellis 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Stephen Eastman 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Ezekiel Hadley 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Zachariah Storer 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Joseph Storer 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Thomas Storer 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Benj n Currier 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Levi Harriman 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Edmund Sawyer 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Jonathan Foster 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


James Towle 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


William Forest 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Charles Sias 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 


Samuel M u r do ugh 


3 


2.IO 


5.10 




£iSS.iS 


My time & expence in mustering & payii 


ig the abov 


e Corn- 




pany &c & returning this Roll — 






3.12 




£192.10 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



455 



State of New Hampshire Concord 1776 Dec r 

Having been Appointed by the Council & Assembly of said State a 
muster master & paymaster of the advance wages & Billeting of the men 
raised in my Regiment to reinforce the Continental Army in the State of 
New York I have mustered the Above persons & found them all able 
bodied Effective men & well Accoutred & have paid them as above 

Sign'd Tho s Stickney Col 
1777 March 18 th 

Examin'd by the Committee on Claims 

Amount One hundred Ninety two pounds ten Shillings 

Joseph Gilman 
Copy ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r 

[Captain Sias was of Canterbury. — Ed.] 



[2-21 1] 



[ Cap tain Benjamin Sias's Co., in part. ~\ 



A Muster Roll & pay Roll of the men raised in Col Joseph Badgers 
Regm* to reinforce the Continental Army at New York 

Cap* Sias's Comp y 



MENS NAMES 


1 months pay 
to Officers & 


Travelling 


Total 




men 


money 




John Kimball L* 


5.8 


2.I3.4 


8. 1.4 


Jonathan Smith private 


3 


2.I3.4 


s-n+ 


Thomas Dockum 


3 


2.I3.4 


5- J 3-4 


Jonathan Morrison 


3 


2.I3.4 


5-*3-4 


John Johnson 


3 


2.I3.4 


5-!3-4 


Moses Gilman 


3 


2.I3.4 


S- 1 ** 


Ichabod Swain 


3 


2.I3.4 


5- J 3-4 


John Ladd 


3 


2.I3.4 


5- l 3>4- 


Josiah Ladd 


3 


2.I3.4 


5-!3-4 


Jonas Carter 


3 


2.I3.4 


5- I 3-4 


Adam Brown 


3 


2.I3.4 


5- l ?>4 


Daniel Ames Jun r 


3 


2.I3.4 


5- I 3-4 


Henry Tibbets 


3 


2.I3.4 


5- I 3-4 


Job Haskel 


3 


2.I3.4 


5-13-4 


Robert Tibbets 


3 


2.I3.4 


5- x 3-4 


Samuel Thurston 


3 


2.I3.4 


5- x 3-4 


Serjeant Currier 


3 


2.I3.4 


5-J3-4 



456 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



MENS NAMES 


i months pay 

to Officers & 

men 


Travelling 
money 


Total 


Joseph Sanborn 
Daniel Bickford 
Joseph Berry 
John Bickford 
William Eastman 


3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


2.I34 
2.I34 
2.I3.4 
2.I34 
2.I34 


5-13-4 

5- I 3-4 

5-13-4 
5-13-4 
5-13-4 




£127. 14 



December 23 d 1776 
The Above men were mnster'd & paid by — 

Ebenezer Smith Muster master & paymaster 
N B W m Eastman never Joined the Company 

This Roll Amounting to One hundred & twenty seven pounds One 
Shilling & four pence is right Cast & well Vouched 
Examined 

Joseph Gilman 
One of the Committee on Acc te 
Copy ex d Josiah Gilman Jun r 



[2-213] [Captain Samuel McCo7inelV s Co., in part. J 

Muster and Pay Roll of men in Cap 1 Sam 1 M c Connels Company Col 
David Gilmans Regiment raised out of the Regiment commanded by 
Col° John Webster to Reinforce the Continental Army at New York & 
Mustered & paid by said Col Webster Mustered Dec r 1776. 



MENS NAMES 


1 Months wages 
paid 


Travel to New- 
York 


Whole amount 


Ezekiel Worthen U 


5.8 


2.8 


7.16 


Ichabod Robie Serf 


3-S 


2.S 


5.16 


John Clark Corporal 


3-4 


2.S 


5.12 


Timothy Jewel private 


3 


2.8 


5. s 


Abraham Brown 


3 


2.S 


5- 3 


Josiah Forsith 


3 


2.S 


5- S 


Paul Eaton 


3 


2.8 


5- S 


Amos Knowles 


3 


2.S 


5. 8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



457 



MENS NAMES 



John Clay 
David Underhill 
Isaac Blasdel 
Nathaniel Blasdel 
Eliphalet Gorden 
Peter Severans 
Daniel Moody 
Dearbean Heath 



r Months wages 


Travel to New 


paid 


York 


3 


2.8 


3 


2.8 


3 


2.8 


3 


2.8 


3 


2.8 


3" 


2.8 


3 


2.8 


3 


2.8 



Whole amount 



£89. 8 



D r The State of New Hampshire to John Webster 

To Cash paid 16 Men as Above — £89. 8.0 

To my time & expence mustering & paying the Above men — 1. 8 



By Cash rec d of the Treasurer by J Blanchard Esq r 
Ballance due to J Webster 



Errors excepted 

In Committee of Claims June 11 th 1777 
Examin'd & found well Vouch'd & right Cast 

Copy ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r 



£90. 


16 


s 7 . 

3- 


0.0 

16 



90.16 

John Webster 



Joseph Gilman 



[2-214] 



\_Lieut. y antes Hopkins's 



8th Co.~\ 



Londonderry December 17 th 1776 
State of New Hampshire 

We the subscribers Officers & Soldiers in Cap* Sam 1 M c Connels Com- 
pany and in Col David Gilmans Regiment now raising for the Conti- 
nental service Until the first of next march do Acknowledge to have 
received from John Pinkerton Muster master & paymaster for the propor- 
tion of said Company that is Raised in Col Thorntons Regiment the sev- 
eral sums Annexed to our Names it being One Months wages Advance 
& Billeting money to carry us to New York as witness our hands — 



458 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Travel 288 Miles 



The foregoing is a true Roll 





Advance Wages 


Billeting 


Amount 


James Hopkins Lieu 1 


5.8 


2.8 


7.l6 


Thomas M c Clary 


3 


2.8 


5. 8 


William Lyons 


3 


2.8 


5. 8 


Corp 1 Hugh Watt 


3-4 


2.8 


5.12 


Moses Watt 


3 


2.8 


5. 8 


Serf Jonathan Wallace 


3-S 


2.8 


5.16 


Jesse Jones 


3 


. 2.8 


5- § 


James Nesmith 


3 


2.8 


5. 8 


Arthur Nesmith 


3 


2.8 


5- 8 


John Todd 


3 


2.8 


5- 8 


Benjamin Nesmith 


3 


2.8 


5. 8 


James Hobbs 


3 


2.8 


5. 8 


Nathan Whiting 


3 


2.8 


5- 8 


Benj a Robinson X his mark 


3 


2.8 


5. 8 


David JVlarshall 


3 


2.8 


5. 8 


William Burroughs 


3 


2.8 


5- 8 


James Gilman 


3 


2.8 


5- 8 


John Kinkead 


3 


2.8 


5- 8 


Alexander Morion 


3 


2.8 


5. 8 




£l05.I2.0 



D 1 



Per John Pinkerton Muster & paymaster 
The State of New Hampshire to John Pinkerton C r 



1776 
Dec r To p'd 19 Men One 
Months wages & for 
billeting to New 
York 105.12 

To time & expence & 
paying the Above 
men & making re- 
turn per Order 3 



1776 
Dec r By Cash rec d of Jon a 
Blanchard Esq r 
per Rec t 99. 0.0 

Ballance due to Jn° 

Pinkerton 9.12 



£108.12 



Errors excepted 



£ioS.i2 
per John Pinkerton 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



459 



Exeter Jan^ 16 th 1777 
The foregoing account of Major John Pinkertons is well Vouched & 
right Cast examin'd by Committee on Claims 

Jn° Taylor Gil man 
In behalf of the Committee 
Copy ex d per Josiah Gilman Jun r 

[2-215] \_Another Detachment in the same Regiment .] 

A Muster & pay Roll of the men raised mustered by Col Daniel Moor 
Out of his Regiment to March to New York Agreeable to a late requisi- 
tion the 19 th Day of Dec r 1 77^ 



THE MENS NAMES MUSTERED 


Travel pay 


Advance wages 


Total 


John Eaton Serjeant 


2-5 


3.8 


5- r 3 


Thomas Mathes 


2.5 


3 


5 


5 


Theophilus Gooding 


2-5 


3 


5 


5 


John Hillery 


2 -5 


3 


5 


5 


John Ross 


2 -5 


3 


5 


5 


Richard Batter 


2 -5 


3 


5 


5 


Andrew Cressey 


2.5 


3 


5 


5 


Sam 1 Chamberlain 


2-5 


3 


5 


5 


Daniel Cram 


2-5 


3 


5 


5 


Aron Putnam 


2-5 


3 


5 


5 


Jacob Stevens 


2-5 


3 


5 


5 


John Butterfield Serj* 


2.5 


3-8 


5 


13 


Paul Dustin 


3 


2-5 


5 


5 


Sam 1 Caldwell 


3 


2.5 


5 


5 


John M c Milien 


3 


2.5 


5 


5 


Thomas Colburn 


3 


2.5 


5 


5 


Moses Hacket 


3 


2.5 


5 


5 


Timothy Martin 


3 


2-5 


5 


5 


Nathaniel Baker 


3 


2-5 


5 


5 


W m Karr Corporal 


3-4 


2.9 


5 


9 


Asa Bixby 


3 


2.5 


5 


■ 5 


Jesse Martin 


3 


2-5 


5 


5 


Stephen Tuttle Corporal 


3-4 


2.5 


5 


5 


Daniel Pearson 


3 


2.5 


5 


• 5 


Samuel Page 


3 


2.5 


5 


5 


Benjamin Whittemore 


3 


2.5 


5 


5 


Hugh Mathes 


3 


2.5 


5 


5 


John Morgin 


3 


2.5 


5 


5 


Jonathan Patten 


3 


2.5 


5 


5 


Timothy Knox 


3 


2.5 


5 


5 


Peter Gilman 


3 


2.5 


5 


5 




£163 


.19.0 



46O REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

A true Roll of the men I mustered & paid 

Per me Daniel Moor Col Muster master & paymaster 

Examin'd October 1777 & found right Cast & well vouched, 

J Gilman 

The State of New Hampshire to Daniel Moor D r 
1776 
Dec r To advance Wages p d to thirty one men & milage as per 

the within Roll & receipts 163.19 

To 2 Days mustering & paying said men 1. 4 

To expences paid two days .12 

To make return to Exeter to settle the within Roll three 

days 
Horsehire 38 Miles at 8 d 
Expences 
By Cash p d the Treasurer as Per Rec* 

1778 

Nov 14 th To Cash p d Treasurer as Per Rec* 



To Cash p d N Gilman Treasurer Per Receipt 



I. 


16 


I. 

I. 

*5- 


5-4 
4 
10 


185. 
5- 


10.4 

7.8 


190. 
2. 


18.0 

2 



193. 0.0 



Copy ex d Per Josiah Gilman Jun r 

C r 

By Cash rec'd from the Treasurer •£ I 93- o 

Nov 1 " 14 th 177S Errors excepted 

Examind Per Tho 8 Odiorne 



Per Daniel Moor 



[This regiment was discharged March 15, 1777. — Ed.] 



[2-217] [Accounts of Mustering Officers, Col. Gilman 's Regiment, .] 
Dr The State of New Hampshire to Enoch Hale 

Decern' To Cash paid that part of Cap 1 Francis Townes Comp 7 in 
Col David Gilmans Regiment for New York which was raised out 
of my Regiment of Militia Viz 

Cap 1 Towne One Months wages & Billeting £9.18.4 

2 Serjeants (a) 5.6.4 Each 10. 12.8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 46 1 

3 Corporals Drummer &c (a) 5.2.4 £ 1 5- 7-o 

26 Privates (a) 4. 18.4 127. 16.8 



£163. 14.8 
To mustering & paying the above Men 6 Days (w 6s 1.16.0 

To Horse hire & expences 1. 4 

£166.14.8 
1776 Cr 

Decern 1 * By Cash rec'd (not sign'd) 

The State of New Hampshire to Benjamin Bellows D r 
Oct 01 " 1776 To a Horse killed going Express to Gen 1 Gates at 

Ticonderoga when our Fleet was defeated on the Lake £20. 0.0 

Errors excepted Per Benj a Bellows 

The State of New Hampshire to Benjamin Bellows Dr 
Jan y 1777 To a Man & two Horses & a Sleigh to Carry the 

Packs of Eighteen men One Hundred and fifty miles out 12. 0.0 

Errors Excepted Per Benjamin Bellows 

Received an Order on the Treasury for both the above Acct s 
December 4 th 1776. Benja Bellows 

The State of New Hampshire to David Gilman Dr 
To a man, horsehire & expences from Pembroke to Exeter for 

the Appointment of a Surgeon for his Regiment 30 

£1.10 



£1.10.0 
David Gilman 
July 10 th 1777 Allowed & Oder Given for payment — 

Copy ex'd Per Josiah Gilman Jun r 



[2-218] 

D r The State of New Hampshire to Stephen Evans 
1776 Dec r 17 th To paid Cap* Samuel Wallingford & the Officers & Sol- 
diers in his Company in the whole including Officers, 43 men 
Per Receipt & Muster Roll & Pay Roll rendered £ 2 55- 9-4 

Mustering paying marching the Above Company My time 

& expending expence in the same 4. 6 



£259.15.4 
25 2 - J 3 



Dov r December 27, 1776 

Errors excepted Per Stephen Evans Balance due 7. 2.7 

2 • 3 Orerch 

Jany 4 th 1777 

4.19.4 
Examin'd by the Committee and found right Cast Joseph Gilman 



462 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

1776 Cr 

Decern 1 " 12 th By Cash Per Receipt Out of the Treasury £252.13.0 

By Over Charge for mustering &c 2. 3 

ex'd Per Josiah Gilman Jun r 

The state of New Hampshire to Benj a Bellows Jun r Esq r D r 

To expences in raising & mustering a part of Cap' Howards 
Company in Col Gilmans Regiment Six days (cu six shillings 
per Day £1.16.0 

The expense 6 Days at 2jS 0.16 - 

A Horse 5 Days at 35 15 

Expense for Horse at is/\ & per Day 7.8 

Total £3.14.8 

Jany I st 1777 Errors excepted Per 

ex'd Per Josiah Gilman Jun r Benjamin Bellows Jun r 

Exeter May th 6 th 1777 

State of New Hampshire to Joshua Haywood D r 

To Horsehire from my house to Exeter to make up the pay 

Rolls & Get the Money for my men 130 Miles (a) 3 d per mile 1.12.8 
To 10 Days of myself & expences for ditto (cu 8s 4 



5.12.8 
Errors excepted Per Joshua Haywood 
Copy ex d Per Josiah Gilman Jun r 



MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS, 1776. 



J] 2-271] \_Captain Jeremiah Earnests Co., Order. ~\ 

Northumberland October 12 : 1776 — 

Col 1 Nicholas Gilman Treasure for the State of New-hampshire 

Please to Pay to Cap* Jeremiah Eames the whole of the wages for the 
time of Service in his Company as shall be found Due on the Said Cap* 
Eames's Roll 



John Trickey 
Jon a Willard 
Abner Osgood 
Samuel Page 
John Page 
Zebulon Colbey 
Zechariah Parker 
Abijah Wright 
David Brown 

hit 

Ebenezer X Kempfield 

mark 

Moses Page 
Edmund Eastman 
David Cunningham 
Alexander Craig 
Daniel Spalding 
Jonathan Craford 



David Larned 
Abel Larned 
Abijah Larned 
william Patee 
James Whiting 
Abel Lovejoy 
John Willoughby 
Benj Pre son 
Benj Pegley 
Jon Clark 
Jacob Draper 
Jonah Chaptman 
Joseph Palmer 
Samuel Marsh 

hia 

Edward X Taylor 

mark 

Gardner Duston 



Nathan Caswell 
Nathan Barlow 
Gideon Smith 
William Curtiss 
Thomas Blogget 
Archippus Blogget 
Josiah Blogget 
John Gibson 
John Haselton 
Caleb marshall 
Dill Sawyer 
william Amy 
James Blake 
Ward Bailey 
Thomas Peverly 
Benj a Sawyer 
Abner Barlow 



[2-272] 



\_Captain Wetherbee's Co., Nov. 5, 1776. ~\ 



A Lest of the Names in Cap* Wetherbe Company In Col Isaac Wy- 
man Rege* 

Mount Independence Nov 5 — 1776 

Cap* Samuel Wetherbe Serj* Ebenezer Carpen- 
Lieu* Davis Howlit der 

Lieu* John Kilburn Serj* John Duncan 

Ensign Lemuel Hubbard Corp John Lane 
Serjeant Jonathan Will- Cor p Timothy Nichols 
ard Cor p Samuel Gunnison 



Ser* Isaac Griswold Cor p Robart Wosley 



Justus Dart Fifer 
Samuel Allen 
John Avory 
David Adams 
Samuel Adkens 
Amariah Ainsworth 
David Abraham 



464 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



John Burrough 
Timothy Burrough 
Joel Baley 
Jesse Baley 
Abraham Buel 
Martin Beckvvith 
Stephen Bond 
Asaph Brain a rd 
Benjamin Clark 
Hezekiah Clark 
Isaac Clark 
James Carell 
Timothy Curtis 
Oliver Cook 
Cleford Chaffee 
Peter Ewins 
Daniel Grindle 
Constantine gilman 
Thomas Ousting 
Eliphaz Kilburn 
Nathan Huntly 
David Hazard 
Joseph Haywood 
John Huntoon 
Uzel Hurd 
Charles Higbee 



Ashael Johnson 
Elisha Ousting 
Jesse Reley 
Robart M C K night 
Peter Labree 
Ebenezer Matthews 
John Lewis 
Peter Lovejoy 
Elisha Mack 
Jesse Nott 
Eliakim Nims 
Nathan Hatch 
Samuel Osgood 
Seth Putnam 
Ebenezer Putnam 
Joseph Powers 
Whitcombe Powers 
Paul Parker 
Nathaniel Rust 
Samuel Raimington 
Joel Roys 
Jonathan Rogers 
Benjaman Yong Smithe 
John Swan 
William Stanwood 
Reuben Spolden 



David Stooel 

Barnabus Sinkley 

Thomas Scovel 

Lasel Silsby 

Joseph thatcher 

Benoni Tuttel 

Garsham Tuttel 

Aaron wilson 

Moses witt 

Jesse wheeler 

David weed 

Ezekiel wells 

Peter Scovel 

Moses Gray 

James Hall 

John Blacke 

Hiltoon Huntoon 

Jonathan Heaton 

two men Died at Home 

After Inlisted 
Roswel Shepard 
Thomas wilder 
three that Never Join d 
David Adkens 
Joshua Gilman 
David Hall 



85 that was on the ground — 2 dead — 3 Never joined — 90 



[2-273] 



\_JFzeld Officers recom?7zended.~\ 



Mount Independence November 20 th 1776 

To the Hon ble Counsel and house of Representitives for the State of New 
hampshire Gentelmen — 

We the Subscribers officers in the Continental service Having had fre- 
quent Expereance of the Fidelity and good Conduct of Lieu 1 Colo 1 Senter 
and Major Stephen Peabody in Colo 1 Isaac Wymans Reg* in the Conti- 
nental Service : Do Recommend them Both as Proper persons for field 
officers in the 3 d Battalion Raised in the State of New hampshier or the 
next after y e 3 d As they are men firmly attacht to the american Cause and 
of undanted Courage steadiness and firmness — Understand their duty as 
beComes good ffield officers We humbly pray they may be advanced L* 
Colo Senter to be a Colo 1 Major Peabody to be U Colo 1 as many of the 
old officers would ingage under them as thay are men we Can depend 
upon for judgment and wisdom 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



465 



Isaac Temple adju* to Wymans Reg 1 — 

Thomas Hibbard Adj* to Bedels Reg*— 

William Barron Cap* Moses Ham Leiu* 

Jon a Burton Lieu* Ezekiel morss Ens n 

John Taggart Ens 11 Jam 8 Arnold Captin Wingates 

Stephen Hoyt Lieu* Daniel Rand Lieut 

Enoch Gerrish Lieu* John Nesmith Cap tn 

John Bean Ensign Daniel M c Neal L* 

W n Stillson Cap tn Samuel Cherrey Liu* 

John Drew Capten Saml Copps Lut 

Lemuel Hubbard Ens 11 Robert Peaslee Lieu* 



C 2 -!74] 



[ Captt 



yoshua Abbotfs Co. — Receipt.^ 

Mount Independance November y e 5 th 1776 
We Do Ackowlege we have Rec d of Cap* Joshua Abbot our wages In 
Ful For the month of October 1776 we Say Rec d p r us 



Joseph SoperL' Samuel X Worthen 

Ephraim Colby Ensign mark 



Caleb Stark Lut 
Andrew Aiken 
Philip page 
Samuel Pease 
Isaac Davis 

his 

Alexander X Smith 

mark 

Jotham Young 
Moses Abbott 

his 

Jonathan X Heselton 

mark 

James Aiken 
John Merrill 
Samuel Akien 
Joseph Hull 
James Sherburn 
William Nelle 

bii 

Andro X Stone 

mark 



Jonathan Karr 
Robert Miller 
John Moody Gilman 
Samuel Manuel 
Hezekiah Colby 
Benjamin Noble 

his 

Charles X Greenfield 

mark 
his 

Aron X hall 

mark 

Stephen Hall 
John Bayley 

his 

John X Crage 

mark 
his 

Barnet X harve 

mark 

Beriah Abbot 
Timothy Hall 
Isaac Walker 



Joseph Gorden 
Will ra Walker 
Amos Burns 
Jacob Chamberlain 
Timothy Lunt 
Eprafaim fisk 
Wm Chamberlain 
Seth Spring 
James Johnson 
Robert Crawford 
Charles Emerson 
thomas walker 
James M c grow 
Joseph Blanchard 
Jonathan Johnson 

his 

florence X MColey 



34 



465 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[2-275] \_Captain Abbott's Co., Fort George, jyy6.~\ 

A Travailing & Billeting Roll for Cap 1 Abbots Company in Col 1 
Starks Regiment Fort George Nov r ye 22 d 1776 



MENS NAMES 


days before 
Marching 


Billetting at 
6 Pence per day 


No of Miles @ 
1 penny Pr mile 


Amount 


The Whole 
amount 






Sd 




s 




s 


Hezekiah Colby 


IO 


5-° 


75 


6. 


3 


ii- 5 


Aron Hale 


IO 


5-° 


80 


6. 


8 


11. 8 


Beriah Abbot 


12 


6.0 


IS 


6. 


3 


12. 3 


Charles Greenfield 


TO 


5-° 


80 


6. 


8 


11. 8 


Rob* Crawford 


12 


6.0 


150 


12. 


6 


18. 6 


Peter Cairy 


15 


7.6 


75 


6. 


3 


i3- 9 


Jon 1 Haselton 


15 


7.6 


150 


12. 


6 


20. 


W m Waldron 


15 


7.6 


150 


12. 


6 


20. 


Joseph Hull 


15 


7.6 


I 5° 


12. 


6 


20. 


Peter Coffin 


15 


7.6 


J 5o 


12. 


6 


20. 


Philip Page 


15 


7.6 


150 


12. 


6 


20. 


Moses Redman 


7 


3-6 


40 


3- 


4 


6.10 


John Craig 


8 


4.0 


100 


8. 


4 


12. 4 


Sam 1 Jack man 


15 


7.6 


80 


6. 


8 


14. 2 


Sam 1 Worthen 


15 


7.6 


70 


5- 


10 


!3- 4 


Phinehas Stephens 


15 


7.6 


85 


7- 


1 


14. 7 


Moses Abbot 


!5 


7.6 


75 


6. 


3 


i3- 9 


Jesse Martin 


15 


7.6 


150 


12. 


6 


20. 


Florence M c Cally 


r 5 


7.6 


150 


12. 


6 


20. 


Tho s Donoly 


15 


7.6 


!5° 


12. 


6 


20. 


Tho 8 Coburn 


15 


7.6 


60 


5- 





12. 6 


Isaac Davis 


IO 


5.0 


80 


6. 


8 


11. 8 


James Johnson 


15 


7.6 


75 


6. 


3 


i3- 9 


Joseph Blanchard 


J 5 


7.6 


75 


6. 


3 


i3- 9 


Isaac Walker 


15 


7.6 


90 


7- 


6 


15. 


Tho s Walker 


15 


7.6 


100 


8. 


4 


15.10 


Sam 1 Aiken 


15 


7.6 


180 


r 5- 





1. 2. 6 


Sam 1 Aiken Jun r 


12 


6.0 . 


50 


4- 


2 


10. 2 


W m Breton 


*3 


7.6 


90 


7- 


6 


15. 




22. 4. 3 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



467 



£2-276] [Captain William Stillson's Co. — Pay Roll. ,] 

Roll for One Month's Pay of Sundry Officers to Soldiers belongs to 
Cap* William Stillsons Company, Coll Isaac Wyman's Reg* who were 
in the Continental Service from July 16 th to Dec r i 8t 1776 — and have not 
Receiv d pay for the Month of November — 









B2 









B2 



u 




MENS NAMES 




t) M 10 
r-j +4 




MENS NAMES 




3 M 






M 


"3 b >- 






M 


^ > '- 







rt 


^ > 

rt ° v 


O 






^OU 


fc 




(* 


&£Q 


fc 




ti 


&£Q 


I 


Jacob Walden 


1st Lieut 


5 ..8- 


20 


Jona Eastman 


Private 


2.. 


2 


Stephen Hoit 


2d Lieut. 


5-8- 


21 


Jona Putney 


Do 


2.. 


3 


Willm Clements 


Serjeant 


2..8- 


22 


Paul Dustin 


Do 


2 


4 


Thos Story- 


do 


2..8- 


2 3 


Zaccheus Dustin 


Do 


2.. 


5 


Joseph Stanley 


Corporal 


2.4- 


24 


John Palmer 


Do 


2.. 


6 


Abner Colby 


do 


2.4- 


2 S 


Jona Robie 


Do 


2.. 


7 


John Brown 


do 


2.4- 


26 


Francis Davis 


Do 


2.. 


8 


Jacob Flint 


do 


2.4- 


27 


Samll Trumbull 


Do 


2.. 


9 


William Heath 


Private 


2.. 


28 


Paskey Pressey 


Do 


2.. 


10 


John Chadwick 


Do 


2.. 


29 


Jacob Tucker 


Do 


2.. 


n 


Thos Putney 


Do 


2.. 


3° 


Ezekiel Goodwin 


Do 


2.. 


12 


Joseph Putney 
Thos Bickford 
Ebenezer Eaton 


Do 
Do 
Do 


2.. 


3i 


Ebenezer Colby 


Do 


2.. 


I 3 

14 


2.. 








^70-8..- 


15 


Benoni Tucker 


Do 


2.. 


32 


James Mills 


Do 


2., 


16 


Joseph Hastings 


Do 


2.. 












17 


Joseph Bickford 


Do 


2.. 








£7*.* ~ 


iS 


Samll Symonds 


Do 


2.. 










19 


Samll Stocker 


Do 


2.. 




The above is a t 


rue Roll 
Per 














Stephei 


1 Hoyt 



Hillsborough ss 

Hopkinton December 15 1777 

Personally appear'd the within named 
Stephen Hoyt and made Solem oath to the truth of this Roll 

Before 

Joshua Bayley Jus* Peac 



468 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[2-277] [Jfen in First N. H. Regi?nent, enlisted during the War, 

i 77 6.-] 

A Return of the Mens Names Inlisted During War in the first New 
Hamp r Reg' and the Towns they went For — 



MENS NAMES 



John Jurdan Serf 
Stephen Abbot Drum 
John Smith 
John Allen 
David Adams 
Adams 
Philimon Duset 
William Darragh 
Jonn Millet 
John Clark Fif 
James Moor 
John Matthews 
Tho 8 Sanderson 
Ephraim Stephens 
Michael Silk 
James Seals 
Joseph Willson 
John Wallice 
Tho 8 Neuman 
Tho 8 Clark 
James Ross 
Medad Taylor 
Edward Evins 
David Sanderson 
Joel Proctor 
Daniel Fuller 
John Hillsgrove Serf 
Tho" Wheelock Drum 
Aaron Adams 
Sam 1 Allen 
David Broyant 
John Dorm an 
Sam 1 Fugart 
Levi Hoyt 
Moses Hutchins 
Sam 1 Morrison 
Jon a M c Cay 
Jethrew Pettengill 



Towns 



New Boston 

Ditto 
New Boston 
London Derry 
Gillsum 
Dunstable 
Temple 
Windham 
Peterborough 
Nottingham 
Peterborough 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 
Dunstable 
Linsborough 

Bath 

Hannover 

Lyme 

Hannover 

PI i mouth 

Hollis 

Ditto 
Hannover 
Temple 

CharlestownN°4 

Ware 

DunBarton 

Bedford 

Popland 

Portsmouth 

Stoddard 

Bow 

Epsom 



Companies 



Colonals 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 
Ditto 

L* Col 8 Gilmans Comp 7 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 
Maj r Scotts Comp 7 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 
Maj r Scotts Comp 7 

Ditto 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



469 



MENS NAMES 


Towns 


Companies 


Jon a Pettingill 


Epsom 


Maj r Scotts Comp y 


Abner Bingham 


Marlow 


Ditto 


Ruben Robarts 


New Market 


Ditto 


Abner Wise 




Ditto 


Sam 1 Wells Serj* 


Chester 


Cap* Morrills Comp^ 


Tho 8 Scott D° 


Stoddard 


Ditto 


Benj a Cotton D° 


Bow 


Ditto 


Tho s Cass Corp 1 


Epsom 


Ditto 


Daniel Kidder flf 


amharst 


Ditto 


John Ash 


New Salisbury 


Ditto 


Ceasor Barns 


Marrimick 


Ditto 


Benj a Brown 


ChiChester 


Ditto 


Benj a Berry 


Ditto 


Ditto 


William Cook 


Merrimick 


Ditto 


Solomon Chapman 


Concord 


Ditto 


John Caldwell 


Candia 


Ditto 


Benj a Dow 


Northwood 


Ditto 


James Dickey 


Marrimick 


Ditto 


Joshua Danford 


N Salisbury 


Ditto 


Nath 1 Dickey 


Marrimick 


Ditto 


Richard Drought 


Epsom 


Ditto 


Philip Flanders 


New Salisbury 


Ditto 


Nath 1 Graham 


Hillsborough 


Ditto 


Jon a Hesselton 


Gilmantown 


Ditto 


John Jimmings 


Epsom 


Ditto 


Simon Knowls 


Northwood 


Ditto 


John Lovering 


Ramond 


Ditto 


Moses Lock 


Epsom 


Ditto 


Sam 1 Lock 


Ditto 


Ditto 


Nath 1 Molton 


Dearfield 


Ditto 


Florence M c Caly 


Concord 


Ditto 


John Moor 


Ramond 


Ditto 


Andrew M c Intire 


Linsborough 


Ditto 


John Merrill 


Boscowin 


Ditto 


Paul M c Cay 


Nottingham 


Ditto 


William Nelley 




Ditto 


James Orr 


Merrimick 


Ditto 


Zadock Reid 


N Boston 


Ditto 


John D Robinson 


Concord 


Ditto 


Nath 11 Randel 


Nottingham 


Ditto 


Peter Stevens 


Boscowin 


Ditto 


Allex dr Smith 


Brintwood 


Ditto 


Peter Wells 


N Chester 


Ditto 



470 REVO! 


LUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

1 


MENS NAMES 


Towns 


Companies 


William Willey 


Notingham 


Cap* Morrills Comp r 


Joseph York 


Ditto 


Ditto 


Sam 1 Smith 


Goftstown 


Ditto 


Josiah Burton 




Cap 1 Waits Comp y 


John Bishop 


Gunthwaite 


Ditto 


James Rider 




Ditto 


John Lapish 




Ditto 


Stephen Ward 




Ditto 


Tho 8 Willson 




Ditto 


Benj a Smith 




Ditto 


James Niles 




Ditto 


Ebenz r Fosgood 




Ditto 


William Brown 


Amharst 


Ditto 


Sam 1 Allen 




Ditto 


Charles Dorrety 




Ditto 


Lewis Wisson 




Ditto 


John Manning Corp 1 


Dunstable 


Cap* Emersons Comp r 


Elip* Maning 


Ditto 


Ditto 


Porter Honey 


Ditto 


Ditto 


Sam 1 Hayes 


Chester 


Ditto 


Tho 8 Fuller 


Sandown 


Ditto 


David Hunt 


Poplan 


Ditto 


Duncan Grant 


Ham stead 


Ditto 


John Kint 


Candia 


Ditto 


Josiah Clark 


Nottingham 


Ditto 


William Simpson 


Ditto 


Ditto 


Benj a Smith 


Linsborough 


Ditto 


Calven Honey 


Hollice 


Ditto 


John Head 


London Derry 


Cap* Fryes Comp 7 


Daniel M c Cay 


Derrifield 


Ditto 


Stephen M c Cay 


Bow 


Ditto 


Tho 8 Matthews 


Bedford 


Ditto 


Ichabod Martian 


Dearfield 


Ditto 


John Douglass 


Loudon 


Ditto 


Nathan Shade 


Pennecook 


Ditto 


Jacob Eastman 


Ditto 


Ditto 


John Obrian 


Derry 


Ditto 


Alex dr Molesters 


Ditto 


Ditto 


David Abraham 




Cap* Farwells Comp r 


John Clark 


N Chester 


Ditto 


Bunker Clark 


Peckersfield 


Ditto 


Ira Evens 




Ditto 


Matthew Greer 


Acworth 


Ditto 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



471 



MENS NAMES 



John Grout 
James Hawkley 
William Hewet 
Jon a Kelley 
William Latten 
Isaac Mitchell 
Tim y N [torn out] 
Simeon Powers 
Nath 11 Powers 
Abner Powers 
W m Siscow 
Abner Thursten 
W m Taggart 
Roger Stevens 
Sam 1 Liscomb 
Philip Peters 
Elip* Quimby Serj* 
Enos Chellis Corp 1 
James Dowd 
Jacob Flanders 
Henry Thompson 
Jon a Webster 
John Cooper 
Stephen Dusten — 
Michael Lyons 
Anthony Oilman 
Colman Parker 
Th° Harvey 
John Farnum 
Sam 1 Lock 
James Bolds 
Brads 1 Mason 
Tho s Perry 
John Eastman 



Towns 




Companies 


Peterborough 


Cap* 


Do 


New Ipswich 




Do 


Epen 
Charlestown N°4 




Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 


Acworth 




Do 


Richmond 




Do 


Ditto 




Do 


Croydon 
Exeter 




Do 
Do 


Richmond 




Do 


Newport 




Do 


Charlestown 




Do 
Do 


Salisbury 
Ditto 


Cap* 


Hutchins Comp 7 
Do 
Do 


N Boston 




Do 


Plastow 




Do 


Salisbury 
Plastow 




Do 
Do 


Waii- 




Do 


Ditto 




Do 


Charleston 




Do 


Portsmouth 




Do 


Nottingham 




Do 


Hopkinton 
Exeter 




Do 
Do 


Salisbury 




Do 


Nottingham 




Do 


Ditto 




Do 


Hopkinton 




Do 



N B the Above Return is an Exact List of the men During War but 
the towns they Came for is very uncertain Jo 8 Cillev Col 



472 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[2-2 78] [Captain Sailers Men. Petition for Prize Money. ,] 

State of New Hampshire To the Hon ble the Council and House of 
Representatives in General Assembly convened at Exeter 20 th December 

. 77 6 

The Humble Petition of us the Subscribers part of the late Matross 
Company stationd at Fort Washingham in said State under the Com- 
mand of Capt. Titus Salter Sheweth that at a Court Maratime held at 
Portsmouth within & for said State on the 23 d Day of August last the 
Ship called Prince George her Cargo and Appurtenances were condemned 
as lawful Prize & decreed to be distributed three fourths thereof for the 
Use of s d State and the remaining fourth part for the Use of the Officers 
and Soldiers belonging to said Matross Company and five other Claim- 
ants nam'd in said Decree, in equal Shares. — That after the Capture of 
said Prize Ship and Cargo and before Condemnation thereof in said 
Court, the whole of the same your Petitioners understand were disposed 
of and converted to the Use of this State, whereby they are deprived of 
the Benefit of their Shares therein according to the Sentence of the Court. 
Wherefore your Petitioners humbly & importunate ly pray that your 
Honors wou'd order the amount of their Shares to be paid, them as soon 
as conveniently may be, that your Petitioners may have something to 
subsist themselves & families upon, in these times of General Distress. 
And your Petitioners as in Duty bound will ever pray &c 

Nathan White James Hight Samuel Goodwin 

John Varrell William Lowd Thomas Gammon 

Benjamin Dam Jn° Williams Samuel Waterhuse 

Amos Beck Daniel Loude William Green 

Samuel Cotton Richard Lang Kalep Barter 

Samuel Slade Hannah gra John Clark 

Joseph Brotten Samuel Hart Geo. Marshall 

Richard Jenkins W T i-m Shores Geo. Marshall for Ben n 

obdir Marshall Mark Lowd Smart 

John Shotereg (*) Samuel Jones John Underwood 

The Com" of both Houses having met on the within Business find 
they are unable to report thereon until the judgment of the maritime 
Court is Compleat & would therefore humbl}' recommend that a Com ee 
be appointed of suitable Persons in the Town of Portsmouth to apply to 
the judge in order that he ascertain the proper dividends 

(i) [Shortridge.] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



473 



[2-279] \_Somersworth Soldiers, 1776. Return for Abatement of 

Taxes. ,] 



Mark Tate 
Richard Yeaton 
Love Roberts 
Frances Roberts 
George Ricker 
Wilaby Goodwin 
John Foss 



4-1 Jonathan Young 4-1 Daniel Grant 4-1 

4-8 Noah Goodwin 4-1 Joshua Grant 4-1 

4-1 EanochWhitehouse4~5 George Robarts 4-1 

5-0 Andrew Horn 4-1 Ezekiel Ricker 4-1 

4-1 George Burnam 4-8 Eben r Whitehouse 4-1 

5-3 Jeams Burnam 4-1 

5—7 Samuel Joans 4-1 4-2-8 



This may Certifie the above is a List of the persons Engaged in the 
american service in the year 1775 and Enlisted for 1776 with the Sum 
.affixt to each persons name for his province tax for the year 1775 
Som th Dec r 10 th 1776 

Paul Wentworth ~\ 

John Rollins > Selectmen 

Eben r Ricker J 



[2-280] [Captain Earnests Scouts. ~\ 

Pay Roll of Captain Jeremiah Eames's Scouting Party from December 
2 nd 1776 to April 15 th 1777 Head Quarters Great Coos 



NAMES & RANK 


Entry 


discharge 


Time in Ser- 
vice 


Rate 
per 

month 


Amt Wages 


Jeremiah Eames Cap 1 
Abner Osgood Serjeant 
Thomas Peaverlv Private 


Dec r 2 
d° 
d° 


April 15 
d° 
d° 


M° 
4 
4 
4 


days 

H 
H 
"4 


6£ 
485 
405 


26.16.O 
IO.I4.5 

8.18.8 


Jonathan Willard 


d° 


d° 


4 


J 4 


d° 


S.I8.8 


John Trickey 
Haines French 


d° 
d° 


d° 
d° 


4 

4 




d° 
d° 


8.18.8 
8.18.8 


William Amy 


d° 


d° 


4 


H 


d° 


8.18.8 


Nathan Caswell 


d° 


d° 


4 


r 4 


d° 


8.18.8 


John Gibson 


d° 


d° 


4 


J 4 


d° 


8.18.8 


Dill Sawyer 
Abner Barlow 


d° 
d° 


d° 
Jan^ 1 


4 
1 


H 



d° 
d° 


8.18.8 
2. O.O 

iClIO.19.9 



Committee of Claims — April 29 th 1777 
Exim d 
This is a true Roll 

Copy ex d J Gilman 



per Joseph Gilman 

Jere h Eames 
Sworn to before the Committee 



474 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



This Certifies that a warrant was Issued for the sum of one hundred 
Ninety seven pounds twelve shillings and eight pence as appears by the 
minutes of Committee of Safety 

Attest Joseph Pearson D Sec y 



Journey to settle the Roll 



£110.19.9 

8. 6.0 

£119. 5.9 



[2-281] 



\_Afen in Quebec Expedition. ~\ 



Pay Roll for Nine men in Capt n Henry Dearborn's Comp a in Col T 
Arnold's detachment for Canada, omitted in the Roll made up Nov 8 th 
1776 



NAMES 



William Johnson Private 
Patrick Murphy 
John Bickford 
Abraham Kimbal 
Benjamin Nealy 
William Willie 
David Page 
Nehemiah Leavit 
Bracket Leavit 



Time of first 
Inlistment 



1775 

April 23° 

24 

May 8 



April 23 d 
May 8 th 
April 23 



Under whom 



Cap 1 

Woodbury 

M c Laughlin 

Dearborn 

Kinsman 

d° 

d° 

Dearborn 

Kinsman 

Hale 



Regiment 



Col 1 Stark 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 



Pay 


Wages due 


re- 


to the 


cei'd 

£6 


1st Septemr 


£2.10.8 


6 


2. 9.O 


6 


i. 10. 8 


6 


i.ro.8 


6 


1. 10.8 


6 


1. 10.8 


6 


1. 10. 8 


6 


1. 10.8 


6 


1 .10.8 


£17.14.8 



This is a true Roll — 

Henry Dearborn Cap* 
Exeter 13 th March 1777 

The above Nine Men are not made up in Capt n Dearborn's Roll pass'd 
by the hon ble Committee of Safety Nov r 8 th 1776 nor in the Rolls of the 
Companies they originally belonged to which were paid off by Col 1 Ho- 
bart— 

Examined by the Committee On Claims 

Joseph Gilman 
In the House of Representatives March 14 th 1777 — 
The above Roll was Sworn to by Cap* Henry Dearborn 

attest N Emery Cl r D R 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 47$ 

State of New Hampshire. March 14 th 1777. 

To Nich s Gilman Esq r R G— 

Pursuant to the vote of Council & Assembly pay the foregoing Roll of 
Cap* Henry Dearborn to the persons named therein 

M Weare Pres* 

We the Subscribers within named acknowledge to have receiv'd the 
Sums Carry'd of to each of us Respectively as Balance due 

Witness our Hands — 

Bracket Leavitt 
Receiv'd for william Jonson per order 

Natha 11 Hutchins 
Receiv'd for my Son John Bickford 3058 

Thomas bickford 



[2-282] \_Return of Men raised in Colonel yosiah Bartletfs Regi- 
ment, August, iyy6.'\ 

State — Late Colony of New Hamp r 

To the Hon bl Commte of Safty of said State 

pursuant to orders from Nath 1 Folsom Esq r Maj r Generall &c Requir- 
ing me forthwith to Raise and See Equipt one hundred & eleven men 
out of the Regiment under my Command to be Ready to march & Rein- 
force the northern army — in consequence of which orders the number of 
officers & soldiers Raised Equipt & march* ye 20 th of July are as Follow- 
eth viz — 

1 Captain 4 Subalterns 5 Serjeants ) 

5 Corporals 1 Drummer 1 Fifer j ' 

90 Privates "| 

2 Privates march* ye 25 th I 

1 Jonathan Carleton enlisted from Newton under Capt Johnson | "** 
for the Massitusetts state in the Same Expedition J 

Total 1 1 a 

The above Return from Coll Josiah Bartletts Regiment 

Exhibited by Jacob Gale Lut Coll 
East Kingston Augs* ye 9 th 1776. 



476 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[2-283] \_Col. John Waldron' s Regiment — Officers.~\ 

A return of the Field and other officers in Col. Waldron's Reg 4 . March 
6, 1776. 

Colonel, John Waldron — Lieut. Colonel, Alpheus Chesley. 

Major Peter Coffin. 
Adjutant, George Waldron — Quarter Master, Will™ Horn 
Surgeon, Sam 1 Wigglesworth — D° Mate, Francis Hodgkins 
Sergeant Major, Simon Torr — 

Captains. 
Andrew Buntin 
Simon Marston 
John Layn 

I st Lieutenants. 
Ezekiel Belknap 
Peter Samborn 
John Gile 

2 d Lieutenants. 
Stephen Bartlett 
Zebulon Edgerley 
James Cochrain 

Ensigns. 
James Robinson 
Josiah Moody 
John Nealey 

A Return of the Field and other Officers in the Reg* Commanded by 
Col John Waldron Stationed at Temple's farm in Brigadier Gen 1 Sulli- 
van's Brigade in the Continental Army — March 6, 1776 

Pr order of y e Col George Waldron Adjutant 

[John Waldron was of Dover. He was captain of the eighteenth 
company of militia that went to Winter Hill in December, 1775, to 
serve six weeks; at the expiration, of which time a regiment was 
raised out of the thirty-one companies of six weeks men, to remain 
until April 1st, the officers of which were as above. No rolls of 
the men are to be found. Lt. Col. Chesley was of Durham. — Ed.] 



John Allen 
John Drew 
Richard Sinclair 



Benj a Stone 
Paul Nute 
Robert Pesley 



Jonathan Gage 
Timothy Roberts 
Paul Harford 



Thos. Spofford 
Dodivah Garland 
Porter Gilman 



Ezekiel Goodale 
James Sinclair 
Benj a Folsome 



Joseph Cutten 
Will" 1 Harpur 
Joshua Woodman 



George Waldron 
Moses Barnard 
Nicholas Medar 



Thaddeus Mason 
Stephen Tufts 
Abraham Andross 



[2-284] [Petition fr oiti some of the Sufferers by the Surrender at the 
Cedars, May 19, 1776.'] 

To the Honourable the Council and house of Representatives to be con- 
ven'd at Exeter, in New Hampshire on the 10 th day of March 1779* 
The Humble Petition and Remonstrance of the Company Command- 
ed by Cap* Daniel Wilkins, in Col Beedels Reg 1 in Canada humbly 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 477 

sheweth that on y e 19 th of May 1 77^' we unhappily fell into the hands of 
our unnatural and savage Enemy at the Cedars in Canada, when Major 
Butterfield our commanding officer Capitulated with Cap* Foster of the 
British army to the great grief and surprise of said Company, on the fol- 
lowing terms (viz) that we surrendered ourselves as prisoners of war 
and was to deliver up our arms which accordingly we did, and we was to 
have our packs and Baggage — and Cap* Foster Engaged not to suffer the 
savages to plunder or abuse us, nor suffer the British troops so to do. 
But contrary to the Rules of War, they inhumanly without regard to their 
promise, suffered the savages to rob and plunder us of our packs and bag- 
gage, and strip us of our clothes off our backs and left us entirely naked, 
in this deplorable situation we were left in an enemies Country without 
money clothing or friends that could contribute to our relief — Therefore 
your humble petitioners humbly pray that your honours would take the 
matter under your serious consideration and grant to each person a sum 
something adiquate to the loss he sustained, and your Petitioners will 
gratefully acknowledge the favour, and as in duty bound shall ever pray. 

Robert Campbell Hugh M c Kean Isaac Curtice 

John Caldwell M c Neill Laraford Gilbert John Mills 

James Houston Abot Roby Lemuel Curtice 

Richard M c allester John Farnum Solomon Kittridge 

Josiah Warner . Ja c Caldwell Daniel Wilkins 

Andrew Wilkins J onn Everdon Joshua Abbot 

Aaron Nichols Obediah Holt Stephen Cruther 

William Bradford Joseph Lovjoy 

[The fort called the " Cedars " was about forty-five miles south- 
west of Montreal. It was occupied by a portion of Col. Bedel's 
regiment, and an attack upon it being threatened, Col. Bedel went to 
Montreal for reinforcements, leaving the fort under the command of 
Major Isaac Butterfield, who, on the 19th day of May, surrendered 
his force, of about 400 men, to the British and Indians, about 500 in 
number, under the command of Capt. George Forster. After the sur- 
render the prisoners were treated in an inhuman and barbarous man- 
ner, stripped nearly naked, and some were murdered. A reinforce- 
ment of 100 men, under Major Sherburne, was captured by the 
enemy, after a desperate fight, on the day following, and received the 
same treatment. These prisoners were transported to an island in 
a lake near the " Two Mountains," and kept there nearly naked, with- 
out shelter, and with scant rations, for eight days, when they were 
released on a cartel agreed to between Gen. Arnold and Capt. Fors- 
ter. (Am. Archives.) — Ed.] 



478 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

[2-2S4 B] \_Apportion??ie?zt of Men to be raised to the several Militia 
Regiments, Septe??iber, iyy6.~\ 

The Committee appointed to Give out orders & Make Provision for 
Raising & Marching one thousand men out of the Militia in this State 
Voted at a Convention of the Council & Assembly Beg Leave to Report 
their Doings. — 

Orders Transmitted to the Colonels of the Several Regiments in this 
State to Raise the Number of men following being their Proportion of 
the said one thousand, i e 

men men 

Col William Whipple 76 Hon ble Col Mat. Thornton 44 

Col Stephen Evans 100 Col Daniel Moor 84 

Col Jonathan Moulton 59 Col Thomas Stickney 77 

Col Nicholas Gilman 109 Col Enoch Hale 69 

Lieut. Col° Jacob Gale 75 Lieut Col Jos. Hammond 66 

Col Joseph Badger 50 Col Benjamin Bellows Jun r 50 

Col John Webster 38 

orders to the Cap tB in Lutwych 8 Regim 1 so Called for their Proportion, 
i. e. 

Cap 1 Noah Lovewell 10 Cap* Abiel Abbot 10 

Cap* James Ford 10 Cap 1 Jos. Barratt 10 

Cap* Samuel Chase 4 Cap 1 Tho 8 Sever 3 

Lieu* Henry Field 10 Cap 1 John Goss 11 

Cap* James Gage 10 Cap 1 Daniel Kenrick 1 1 

Cap* John Bradford 13 Total 1000 

The Committee have appointed the following Colonels, Muster Mas- 
ters & pay Masters of the men to be Raised in their Regiments, and 
Drawn out of the Treasury & forwarded to them, the Sums Set against 
their Names; for Paying to Each Captain, Eight pounds, to Each Lieu- 
tenant, five pounds Eight Shillings, Each Ensign, four pounds, (as one 
Months advance pay) Non Commissioned Officers & privates Six pounds 
Each. 

Col Benjamin Bellows Jun r £300 Col Daniel Moor 504 

Lieut Col Joseph Hammond 400 Col Joseph Badger 400 

Col Enoch Hale 402 

appointed Cap* Abiel Abbot of Wilton Muster Master") 

& pay Master of the Regim 1 formerly under Lutwyche > 620 

& forwarded to him with orders J 

£2626.0 
W T hich sums are to be Accounted for With this State. 

appointed Col John Webster pay Master of his Regiment & that of the 
Hon bIe Col Thornton. 

Benf Giles > ^ 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 479 

In the House of Representatives Sep r 16 th 1776, 
Upon reading and Considering the Votes and Transactions of the 
Hon ble Council and house of Representatives at a Special Convention on 
Saturday last afternoon for the purpose of Raising a Battalion in this 
State to reinforce our Army at New york &c, and also the report of the 
Committee appointed by them to give out orders & Make provision for 
Marching the Said Battalion &c Voted that the Same be accepted and 
Entered as a Resolve of this house. 

Sent up to the Hon ble Board for Concurrence P White Speaker 

In Council Eodem Die read & concurred E Thompson Secy 



[2-284 C] [Recommendations for Field Officers, June, 1776."] 

Colony of ) To the Hon able Assembly of the Colony aforesaid, 

New Hampshire ) Now Convened at Exeter 

The Petition of the Subscribers, Officers of a Regiment Lately Raised 
by your Honours — Humbly Shews. 

That your Petitioners are informed that a Battalion is to be Raised by 
order of the Continental Congress, for the Defence of this Colony ; and 
at the Same time are Sorry to Say that we are Excluded from ye Privi- 
ledges of Being Enroll d therein. With all Deference to your Honours 
Judgment we are Constrained to Say, we are of Opinion, that the Num- 
ber of men Included in that Regiment Appear to us to be quite Suffi- 
cient, to be fixed at our Sea Coast, as a Large body of Militia are nearly 
Scituated and in Readiness to come in at the Least notice. We would 
not have your honour Attribute the cause of our Petitioning to a Jeal- 
ousy that we are to be discharg d when that Battalion is Raised. But to 
the want of a proper Regard being paid to the troops already down here. 
Should we be kept up till the time of our Engagements are Expired, we 
should then take it Exceedingly hard that troops that have had no share 
in the Labour, Should be Established and we Sent home — Your Honours 
must Realize, that though we are Soldiers yet we are not void of thought ; 
which points out to our views the present Appointment in so discour- 
aging a light. We would not wish to Dictate but humbly to pray, that 
that vote Respecting y e appointment of the field Officers of that Battal- 
ion may be Reconsidered, and that Coin 1 David Gilman Esq 1- be fixed in 
the chief Command. And at the Same time, are not unmindful of the 
Merits of Herculus Mooney Esq r who we look on to be Capable of a 
higher Station than he now Ranks in. we do not wish to perplex your 
Honours with many petitions, but are Oblig d to forward this in order to 
allay the Uneasiness that now Subsists through our Small camps. And 
Should your Honours Grant this our prayer we are Certain that no Offi- 
cers can give Better Satisfaction, than those we have named. And your 
Petitioners as in Duty Bound Shall Ever pray 

New Castle June y e 17 th 1776. 



480 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Nathan Brown Cap 
John Calfe Cap* 
Tim Clements Cap* 
Abraham Perkins Lieut. 
Ebenezer Perry Ensn 



Nathaniel Fifield Lieut 
Tobias Leighton Ens 11 
Meshach Bell Ens 11 
James Macclure Adjt 



[2-284 D] 



[Soldiers' Petition, iyy6.~\ 



To the Honor ble the Council and House of Assembly of the State of New- 
Hampshire 

Humbly Sheweth, 

That your Petitioners were Enlisted Soldiers in the Provincial Service, 
and Stationed at Fort Sullivan under Command of Cap n Eliphalet Dan- 
iels ; that the time of Enlistment being nearly expired it being December 
17 th 1776 Your Petitioners thinking to do greater Service to the United 
States, enlisted into the Continental Service having then a Month's Wages 
due — Your Petitioners being now returned Home, having Served a Cam- 
paign, apply'd to Cap" Daniels for Wages due, who declining to comply 
with their request, the Subscribers submit their Case to your Honors 
Consideration praying that they may receive what they think is justly 
due to them. 

And as in Duty bound will ever pray 

Wentworth Ricker 
Rober* Fernald 
Abraham knight 
William Lyndston 
Subscribers <J John Nelson — Fifer 
Joseph Fernald 
Joseph Brooks 
Samuel harrington 
v Francis Drew Drumer 



[The preceding rolls show that the state of New Hampshire per- 
formed her share of the work of 1776 in full, as she had the year 
before, responding ably and patriotically to every call made upon her 
for men. In several instances her troops remained in the service 
beyond their terms of enlistment, notwithstanding they were of 
necessity scantily fed and clothed, and poorly provided with protec- 
tion against the inclemency of the weather. In no instance, when 
the exigency of the occasion seemed to require their services beyond 
their terms of enlistment, were they appealed to in vain. The state 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 48 1 

had three regiments in the regular or continental army under Gen- 
eral Washington, viz., Stark's, Poor's, and Reed's ; a regiment in the 
Canada service under Col. Timothy Bedel; Col. Pierse Long's regi- 
ment, which was stationed for the defence of Piscataqua harbor 
until it marched to reenforce the garrison at Ticonderoga in Febru- 
ary, 1777; and in addition furnished five regiments of militia as 
reinforcements, viz., Wyman's and Wingate's in July and August, 
Tash's and Baldwin's in September, and Gilman's in December. 

New Hampshire troops participated in the battles at Trenton, and 
Princeton, and honored themselves and the state by their bravery 
and good conduct. At Trenton the regiment under Stark led one 
of the attacking columns which was commanded by General Sullivan. 
Colonel James Reed, of Fitzwilliam, commander of the Third N. H. 
regiment in the continental service, became blind as a result of 
severe sickness, contracted while in line of duty at Fort George, 
about the first of September, 1776, and was consequently obliged to 
retire from active service. He had been a brave and efficient officer, 
and the loss of his sight was a severe one to him and the cause. 
The continental congress elected him to be a brigadier-general^ 
August 9, 1776, and on the same day elected John Sullivan to be a 
major-general. General Reed's commission was forwarded to him 
by the president of congress the following day, under cover of the 
following letter : 

" Philadelphia August 10, 1776. 

" Sir : The Congress having yesterday been pleased to promote you 
to the rank of brigadier-general in the army of the American states 
I do myself the pleasure to enclose your commission and wish you 
happy. 

I am sir, your most obedient and very humble servant 

John Hancock, President 
To Brigadier-General James Reed." 

The next following are pay-rolls of the companies in Colonel 
Pierse Long's regiment, stationed at New Castle, as paid before their 
march to Ticonderoga. — Ed.] 



35 



COLONEL PIERSE LONGS REGIMENT. 

[Pay-Roils of the Companies from Dec. 7, 1776, to Jan. 7, 1777.] 

[2-2S5] \_Captain Abraham Perkins's Co.'] 

A Pay roll of The Company Commanded By Cap 4 Abraham Perkins 
In Col Pierce Longs Regiment Stationed att New Castle for One Month 
from 7 th Dec 1 " 1776 to 7 th Jan y 1777 



3 

4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 
11 
12 

*3 

H 

l S 

16 

17 

iS 

l 9 
20 
21 

22 

2 3 
24 

25 
26 

27 
28 

29 
30 



MENS NAMES 



Abraham Perkins 
Tobias Laighton 
Samuel stagpole 
John Starbord 
John Neal 
Eben r Adams 
Samuel Tuttle 
Simeon rollins 
Timothy Corson 
Joseph adams 
Eben r Hanson 
David nason 
Henry Bell 
Isaac Pridham 
James ricker 
Stephen ronnels 
Samuel VVcntworth 
Epraham Tebits 
Richard Hodgdon 
Jotham Nute 
Mathew Malim 
Amos Cenney 
Josiah Chase 
Hanson Hodgdon 
John Taylor 
Nathan robert 
Will" 1 Butlr 
Samuel Robert 
Tobias ricker 
John Collins 



Stations 



Captain 
Lieuft 
Lieut 
Ensign 
Sergant Major 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
Corpora 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 
Drumer 
Private 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



When pay 


No of 
Days in 


Conimensed 1777 


the 






Service 


7Decemhir until 




7 January 


3° 


do 


do 


30 


do 


do 


3° 


do 


do 


3° 


do 


do 


3° 


do 


do 


30 


do 


do 


30 


do 


do 


3° 


do 


do 


30 


do 


do 


3° 


do 


do 


3° 


do 


do 


30 


do 


do 


30 


do 


do 


3° 


do 


do 


3° 


do 


do 


3° 


do 


do 


3° 


do 


do 


3° 


do 


do 


30 


do 


do 


3° 


do 


do 


30 


do 


do 


30 


do 


do 


30 


do 


do 


30 


do 


do 


30 


do 


do 


30 


do 


do 


3° 


do 


do 


30 


do 


do 


30 


do 


do 


3° 



Sum total to 

January the 

7th 1777 



S. 0.0 
5. S.o 
5. S.o 
4. 0.0 
2.14.0 
2. S.o 
2. S.o 
2. S.o 
2. 4.0 
2. 4.0 
2. 4.0 
2. 4.0 
2. 4.0 
2. 0.0 
2. 0.0 



0.0 

0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



483 





MENS NAMES 


Stations 


When pay 


No of 
Days in 


Sum Total to 
January the 








Commensed 1777 


the 
Service 


7th 1777 


3 1 


John Butler 


Private 


7 Decembir until 
7 January 


30 


2. O.O 


3 2 


Isaac nute 


do 


do do 


30 


2. O.O 


33 


Eliakim Bickford 


do 


do do 


3° 


2. O.O 


34 


Will m Broton 


do 


do do 


30 


2. O.O 


35 


Samuel Todd 


do 


do do 


3° 


2. O.O 


36 


James Edgley 


do 


do do 


30 


2. O.O 


37 


Will m Brasbridg 


do 


do do 


3° 


2. O.O 


38 


John yong 


do 


do do 


30 


2. O.O 


39 


John Dore 


do 


do do 


3° 


2. O.O 


40 


Robert hussy 


do 


do do 


30 


2. O.O 


4 1 


Michael ryan 


do 


do do 


30 


2. O.O 


42 


Patric Tobine 


do 


do do 


3° 


2. O.O 


43 


Benjamin Primer 


do 


do do 


3° 


2. O.O 


44 


Jonathan Dore 


do 


do do 


3° 


2. O.O 


45 


Dudley Adams 


do 


do do 


3° 


2. O.O 


46 


Samuel Bickford 


do 


do do 


3° 


2. O.O 


47 


Timothy gerrish 


do 


do do 


3° 


2. O.O 


48 


James Boyce 


do 


do do 


30 


2. O.O 


49 


Ichabod Butler 


do 


do do 


3° 


2. O.O 


5° 


Daniel Paul 


do 


do do 


3° 


2. O.O 


5 1 


Ebenz r Crummel 


do 


Due from 
The seven- 
teenth of 


11 


O.I4.8 










£nS.8.o 








Dec 







A True Role 

Abraham Perkins Cap* 
Jan y 14 th Examined 
Commissioned Officers 

Serjeant Major 
Serjeants 

Corporals & Drum 1 
Privates 



1 month Advance pay to 15 men to 7 Feb 7 1777 
Mileage on their March to Ticonderoga 



Per Pierse Long 



22.16 



Allowance for Waggons 



mo 
I 

3 

5 
37 


dys 

O 

O 

II 


fa) 
fa) 
fa) 


2.14 - 

48* 7. 4- 
44^ 1 1 . - 
405 74.14.8 


111 


£118. 8.8 
31.12. - 
l 6.i8. 8 




£156.19.4 
6.18.8 



£163.18.0 



4§4 
[3-286] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 
\_Captain Ebenezer D earing' 's Co.~\ 



A Pay Roll for the field Artillery Company Commanded By Ebeneze 
Dearing, Esq r 1777 for one Months Pay from 7 th Dec r 1776 to 7 th Jan y 1777. 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 
11 

12 
13 

15 
16 

17 
18 

19 

20 
21 
22 

23 

24 

25 
26 

27 
28 
29 
30 
3i 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 

37 
38 



MEN'S NAMES 



Samuel Hutchings 
Thomas Bowler 
Shackford Seaward 
Nahum Akarman 
John Dennett 
Simeon Akarman 
John Underwood 
John Barter 
George Loud 
John Griffin 
Nicholas Bouffard 
William Bearing 
Theodore Furnald 
Samuel Odiorne 
Elliott Dearing 
Richard Perry 
Samuel Yeaton 
Elihu Weeks 
Samuel Morrison 
William Gale 
Benj ;l March 
Benj a Akarman 
John Reedjun r 
Benj a Thompson 
Noah Akarman 
Josiah Brooks 
Cleamant Jackson Jun' 
James Green 
John Leach 
Robart Brier 
John Karswell 
Joseph Willson 
Joseph Beal 
Samuel Twead 
William Steavins Jun' 
Pelatiah Barter 
John Stoodly 






Captain 

Cap 1 Lieu 1 

first Lieu' 

Sec d Lieu' 

Sargant 

Sargant 

Sargant 

Sargant 

Corp 1 

Corp 1 

Corp 1 

Corp 1 

Drum 1 " 

Fiffer 

Privats 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



1776 

Dec r y e 7 th 






do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



1777 
Jan? y e 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



th 



Month Days 



£§ 



b D 
0.0 
O.o 

IO 

IO 

IO 

10 

10 

IO 
5 

5 
5 
5 



2. 1 
2. 1 
2. 1 
2. 1 
2. 1 
2. 1 
2. 1 
2. 1 
2 
2, 
2 
2, 



1 
1 
1 
1 

2. 1 
2. 1 
2. r 
2. 1 
2. 1 
2. 1 
2. 1 
2. 1 
2. 1 
2. 1 
2. 1 
2. 1 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



485 









S 


-0 

















V 




"> 

9-4 


a. 


aj 




MEN'S NAMES 






a, 


CO 


ci 


3 

Q 






a 

.2 




a 

J3 




s 


1 « 
*> 


C/2 







GO 


£ 


£ 


H 


rt 


£ 








1776 


1777 


Month Days 


£ S D 


£ S D 


39 


John Bartlett 


Privats 


do 7 


Dec y e 7 th 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


40 


John Akarman 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


4 1 


William Lear 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


42 


Thomas Mead 


do 


do 7 


do 6 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


43 


Rundal Furnald 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


44 


Lamuel Marston 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


45 


Joshua Fennix 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


46 


Nicholas Caverly 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


47 


Samuel Hodgdon 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


48 


Richard Perry Jun r 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


49 


John Archable 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


5° 


David Wooddes 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


Si 


Benning Slooper 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


5 2 


Laurance Ellis 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


S3 


James March 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


54 


Robart Holmes 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


55 


Rob 1 Drout 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


56 


Philip Barker 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I 


57 


James Braughton 


do 


do 7 


do 7 


I — 


2. I 


2. I.O 


58 


John Belling 


do 


Dec r y e 19 


do 7 


- 18 


2. I 


r. 4-7 


59 


Sam 1 Weeks 


do 


do 19 


do 7 


- 18 


2. I 


1. 4.7 


60 


Sam 1 Belling 


do 


do 19 


do 7 


- 18 


2. I 


1. 4.7 


61 


William Gerrish 


do 


do 19 


do 7 


- 18 


2 I 


1. 4.7 


62 


Edw d Page 


do 


do 19 


do 7 


- 18 


2. I 


1. 4.7 


63 


Will m Brier 


do 


do 19 


do 7 


- 18 


2. I 


1. 4.7 


64 


Daniel Davis 


do 


do 23 


do 7 


- 14 


2. I 


- 19.2 


65 


Thomas Shaw 


do listed with 
















Cap' Beal 


do 7 


do 3 


- 26 


2. I 


1 . 15.6 


66 


James White 


do listed with 
















Cap 1 Beal 


do 7 


do 3 


- 26 


2. I 


1. 15. 6 




155. 2.0 


148. 10.8 



Ebenezer Dearing Captn 
Jan y 14 th 1777 Examined per Pierse Long C° 

State of New Hampshire Rockingham ss 

Portsm Jan ry 13 th 1777 

Then Cap* Eben r Dearing appeared and made Solmn oath to the Truth of 
the above & within mustrole by him Subscribed — 

Before H Wentworth Just Peace 



486 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Commissioned officers 

Serjeants 

Corporals Drum & fife 

privates 



4. o 1 a 505 

6. o GZ 455 

48. 24 (au \\s 



1 months advance to 24 men to 7 Feb y 1777 
p d W m Gale to the 5 d° 1777 

Mileage on their march to Ticonderoga 



Allowance for Waggons 



[2-287] 



[Captain Timothy Clement's Co.~\ 



2 5 




10 





*3- 


10. 


100. 


0.9 


£148. 


10.9 


50. 


14.0 


1. 

22. 


17.4 
18.8 


£224. 
22. 


0.9 
18.8 



246.19.5 



A Pay Roll of Cap* Timothy Clements Company in Col 1 Peirce Longs 
Regamint in the Continental Service from 7 th Dec r 1776 up to the 7 th 
day of January 1 777 

New Castle Jan 7 y c 12 th 1777 — 









S 

U 




<u 




s 


MEN'S NAMES 


a 



a 



S 


J3 
a 


3 
<L> 


B 






<U £ 


<v 


<u 


bfl 






rt 


-c £ 


rt 
g 


E"> 


rt 







uo 


£ 


H 


& 


1 


Timothy Clements 


Cap 1 


7 th Decenv" 


.£8.0.0 


one month 


£8. 0.0 


2 


Nath 1 Fifield I st Lieut 


I st Lieut 


do 


^5-8- 


do 


£5. 8.0 


3 


Henry Teuxbury 2 d Lieut 


2 d Lieut 


do 


^5-8. 


do 


£5. 8.0 


4 


Robart Clarke 


Ensign 


do 


,£4.0.0 


do 


£4. 


5 


Moses Darling 


Sargant 


do 


48s 


do 


2. 8 - 


6 


Abner Keyes 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.8- 


7 


Edmond Chapman 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.8- 


8 


Will'" Taggart Quarter M 


Sargant 


do 


54* 


do 


2.14 - 


9 


Josiah Tovvl 


Corporal 


do 


44J 


do 


2.4- 


10 


Ebenezer Ball 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.4- 


11 


Dudley Oilman 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. 4 - 


12 


James Sanburn 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. 4 - 


13 


John Shaw 


Drumer 


do 


do 


do 


2. 4 - 


14 


Samuel Odiorne 


Fifer 


do 


do 


do 


2. 4 - 


15 


Joseph Palmer 


Private 


do 


4.0s 


do 


40J- 


16 


John Dutch 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40J 


17 


Noah Wedgwood 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40J- 


18 


Jebesh Felch 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40^ 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



487 





MEN'S NAMES 


c/: 


g 

U 

Ol, V 


a 



£ 


CD 


T3 


a 




O 


a a 


Q. 


""" <u 


C/2 


£ 






<D <D 


<U 


<U CJ 


bJO 






03 






s ■> 


rt 


& 




53 


£~ 


& 


h 


£ 


r 9 


Nichalus Felch 


Private 


7 th Decem r 


40S 


one month 


40S 


20 


Thomas Nuton 


do 


do 


do 


do 


4.OS 


21 


Andrew M c Entire 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40S 


22 


John M c Donnold 


do 


do 


do 


do 


4OS 


23 


John Harrington 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40S 


24 


Joseph Chapman 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40S 


25 


William Kelley 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40S 


26 


James Waymoth 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40S 


27 


Joseph Bean 


do 


do 


do 


do 


4OS 


28 


Nath 1 Pearsons 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40^ 


29 


John Clarke 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40^ 


30 


Joseph French 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40S 


31 


Simeon Haines 


do 


do 


do 


do 


4OS 


32 


Nathan Steavens 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40S 


33 


Samuel Powel 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40S 


34 


Joseph Taggart 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40S 


35 


Learnard Cumings 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40S 


36 


Stephen Powers 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40S 


37 


Rich d Shearman 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40S 


38 


Reuben Martain 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40S 


39 


Jacob Martain 


do 


do 


do 


do 


4OS 


40 


Samuel Martain 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40.T 


4i 


William Gould 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


42 


Daniel Blaisdel 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


43 


Ebenezer Currier 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40i- 


44 


Gorden Freeze 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40^ 


45 


David Page 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


46 


Simon Dearborn 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


47 


James Selley 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


48 


Jacob Hunt 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


49 


John Crown 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


5o 


Rich d Hopkins 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


51 


David Fisk 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


52 


William Powel 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


53 


Timothy Brown 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40.T 


54 


Jonathan Selley 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40.T 


55 


Joseph Pierce 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


56 


David French 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


57 


John Marden Johnson 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


58 


Levi Morrell 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


59 


Enoch Spauldwin 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


60 


Abner Clough 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


61 


Joseph French 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 


62 


Jabesh French 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40s 



488 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 












Com- 


a 


•— 

<u 




V 


MEN'S NAMES 


in 

G 


— 



5 

ex 


7! <" 


V 


S 






^1 


O) 


s-> 




55 




co 


7 th Decern 1 " 


g 


H 


£ 


63 


Isaac Shattuck 


Private 


40^ 


one month 


40i- 


64lNath 1 Wheat 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40J 


65 Caleb Farley 


do 


do 


do 


do 


4cj- 


66 Archalus Towns 


do 


do 


do 


do 


405- 


67'Caleb Brown 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40J- 


68 Samuel Woster 


do 


do 


do 


do 


4oj- 


69 Thomas Veasey 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40J 


70 


Isaac Clements 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40J- 


71 


Samuel Veasey 


do 


do 


do 


do 


40J 




£159.18 - 



A True Roll 



p r Tim Clements Cap* 



Examined Jan 7 13 th 17 


77 






Pierse 


L 


ong C°- 




Commissioned Officers 




mo days 








22. 


16- 


Serjeants 




3 (a) 


485 






7- 


4- 


Q_M Serjeant 




1 








2. 


14- 


Corporals Drum & fife 




6 <8) 


445 






'3- 


4- 


privates 




57 ^ 


40.? 






114. 


- 




£159. 


iS- 


1 Month Advance wages 


to the 


7 Feb y 1777- 








80 





Milege on their march to Ticon 


deroga 








30- 


8- 



Allowance for waggons 



£270. 6 
30. 8 



£300.14.0 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



489 



[2-288] 



[Captain yohit Calfe's Co.~\ 



A Pay Roll of Cap 4 John Calfe's Company in Coin 1 Pierce Long's 
Regiment in Continental Service From Dec r 7 th 1776. To Jan r 7 th 1777. 









1 

S 


u 




<u 














"> 


<u 








>, 




S-i 

a. 


en 


3 
Q 




MEN'S NAMES 


a 




at; 


c 


W-g 







00 


a <u 




s 
















£ s d 


I 


John Calfe 


Cap 1 


Decr 7 th 


£8 


1 month 


8.0.0 


2 


William Cooper 


Lieu 1 


do 


£5.8 


do 


c.8.0 


3 


Meshech Bell 


Lieu 4 


do 


£5.8 


do 


5.8.0 


4 


Benj a Batchelder 


Ensign 


do 


£4- 


do 


4.0.0 


5 


Amos Stevens 


Sargent 


do 


£2.8 


do 


2.8.0 


6 


Richard Goss 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.8.0 


7 
8 


Benj a Rendall 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.8.0 


John Smith 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.8.0 


9 


Enoch Richardson 


Corporal 


do 


£2.4 


do 


2.4.0 


10 


Samuel Knowles 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.4.0 


11 


Abraham Carter 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.4.0 


12 


Theophilus Goodwin 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.4.0 


13 


Moses Hunt 


Fifer 


do 


do 


do 


2.4.0 


14 


John Rawlings 


Private 


do 


£2 


do 


2.0.0 


15 


Peter Grant Jun r 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


16 


Jonathan Goodwin 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


17 


Elisha Thomas 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


18 


Peter Abbot 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


r 9 


Nathan 11 Tucker 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


20 


Nathan Clough 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


21 


William Oliver 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


22 


W r illiam Griffis 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


23 


Thomas Foy 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


24 


Samuel Libby 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


25 


Joshua Lock 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


26 


William Goudy 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


27 


John Ellison 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


28 


Samuel Perry 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


29 


Nathanael Lear 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


30 


James Libby 


do 


do 


do 


do . 


2.0.0 


31 


Moses Atwood 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


32 


John Clark 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


33 


Samuel Johnson 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


34 


Stephen Sawyer 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


35 


Benjamin Libby 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


36 


John Brasbury 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


37 


George Saunders 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


38 


Thomas Blasdell 


do 1 


do 


do 


do 1 


2.0.0 



4QO 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 









a 

u 


j2 

a 




> 


3 


o 


MEN'S NAMES 


C/3 
G 

.2 

B 

in 


>> 

% S 


3 
1* 




CO 

a 

s 


Q 
hjri n 

r 


39 


William Walles 


Private 


Deer 7 th 


£2 


1 month 


£ s d 
2.0.C 


40 


Levi Walles 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.C 


4' 


John Marden 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.C 


42 


Aaron Lord 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.C 


43 


Moses Williams 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.C 


44 


Seco Barnard 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.C 


45 


James Kinniston 


do 


do 


do 


Deserted 
Dec r 23 d 


I .o.c 


46 


Benjamin Fairley 


do 


do 


do 


1 month 


2.0.C 


47 


Job Forss 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


48 


Scipio Brown 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


49 


William M c Kim 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


50 


Michael Worthen 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


5i 


John Richardson 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2 O.C 


52 


Richard Black 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


53 


James Rendall 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


54 


Joseph Jewell 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


55 


John Blasdell 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


56 


John Lear 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


57 


William Varrell 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0 C 


58 


James Rendall jun r 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


59 


Richard Lock 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


60 


Noah Sherburne 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


61 


Edward Tredwick 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


62 


Samuel Card 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


63 


Edward Card 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


64 


John Rand 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


65 


Stephen Lawrey 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


66 


William Trundy jun r 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2 .O.C 


67 


Peter Grant 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


68 


John Tretethren 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


69 


John Norton 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


70 


Henry Forss 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0 C 


7i 


Samuel Odiorne 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


72 


Andrew Whitcher 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


73 


William Gould 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


74 


Elias Tarlton 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


75 


Levi Woodman 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


76 


Joshua Neal 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


77 


William Trundy 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


78 


Paul Rendall 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


79 


Samuel Goudy 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 


80 


Peter Barter 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2. O.C 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



491 









1 




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u 


a 


> 


<v 




MEN'S NAMES 


05 

a 








CO 

.2 


Q 

w — 

<L> 







CO 


<V Q 


0) 


g 
















£ s d 


81 


Joseph True Eaton 


Private 


Deer 7 th 


£2 


1 month 


2.0.0 


82 


Henry Langmaid 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


83 


Nath 11 Jordan 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


84 


Robert Martin 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


8<; 


John Sargent 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


86 


Josiah Howe in Room 














of Michael Veal 
Total 


do 


do 


do 


do 


2.0.0 




£188.8.0 


Deducted of the Above Roll made 


up to Jam 


ss Kiniston a De- 




serter 








1 




£187.8.0 



A True Roll 

Examined Jan y 13, 1 777- 

Commission 3 Officers 

Serjeants 
Corp 1 & fife 
Privates 

deduct 1 man unpaid 



1 month Advance pay to 21 men to Feb y 1777- 
Mileage on their March to Ticonderoga — 



p r John Calfe Cap t 











Pier 


se 


L 


ong C° 
22.16 - 


mo 


dys 














4 


O 


IW 


48s 








9.12 - 


5 


O 


(a) 


44* 








11. O - 


72 


O 


(a) 


40.9 








144. 0- 



Allowance for waggons- 



£187. 

2. 


8- 



£185. 

43- 

28. 


8- 

4- 

5-4 


£256. 

28. 


17.4 

5-4 



£285. 2.8 



492 
[2-289] 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 
[ Captai?i Mark Wiggin' s Co.~\ 



A Pay Roll for a Company Commanded By Cap* Mark Wiggin in 
Co 11 Peirce Long's Regiment at Portsmouth from the S th Day of Decem- 
ber to the 7 th Day of January 1777 — 





MENS NAMES 




T ages com- 
nced 


pr month 


1 Service 


Q 








£ g 


CO 


.^ 


w 






G 


c a 

<L> 


bit) 


<u 
S 


CD 

bX) 








's; 


& 


H 


£ 


I 


Mark Wiggin 


Capt 


Decembr 8 th 


8.O.0 


1 month 


8. 0. 


2 


Ezekiel Worthen 


i l Lieut 


do 


5.8.0 


do 


5. 8. 


3 


Thorn 8 Brackett 


2* Lieut 


do 


5.8.O 


do 


5. 8. 


4 


Jeremiah Robinson 


i* Serjent 


do 


2.8.O 


do 


1. 9 


5 


Thorn 8 Robinson 


do 


do 


2.8.0 


do 


2. 8. 


6 


Walter Wiggin 


do 


do 


2.8.0 


do 


2. 8. 


7 


John Goss 


Corporal 


do 


2.4.0 


do 


2 4. 


8 


Samuel Elkins 


do 


do 


2.4.0 


do 


2. 4. 


9 


Benj Wiggin 


do 


do 


2.4.0 


do 


2. 4. 


10 


Nathan Blake 


do 


do 


2.4.0 


do 


2. 4. 


11 


Simon Wiggin 


Fifer 


do 


2.4.0 


do 


2. 4. 


12 


Nicholas Mason 


Drumer 


do 


2.4.0 


do 


2. 4. 


13 


Jeames Gordon 


Private 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


14 


Joseph Thirston 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


15 


Jonathan Allen 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


16 


Josiah Allen 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


17 


Joseph Sparks 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


18 


Robert Rawlings 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


19 


Joseph Dudley 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


20 


Nicholas Marriner 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


21 


Moses Sanborn 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


22 


Joel Judkins 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


23 


Stephen Leavitt 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


24 


Joseph Jenness 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


25 


Judah Hackett 


do 


. do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


26 


Benjamin Fox 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


27 


James Fulinton 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


28 


Gordon Burleigh 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


29 


Josiah Sanborn 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


3° 


Samuel Fogg 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


3 1 


Josiah Brown 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


3 2 


Samuel Cram 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


33 


Theophilus Norriss 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


34 


John Robinson 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


35 


Elisha French 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


36 


Simon Winslovv 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


37 


Eliphaz Reed 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 


38 


Henrv Kinnison 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



493 





MENS NAMES 




a 



!> a 

a S 



g 

u 
CU 
in 

<v 

03 


V 

'> 

£ 
S 


w 

ctJ 






& 


£ 


£ 


H 


* 


39 


Daniel Rawlings 


Private 


Decembr 8 lb 


2.0.0 


1 month 


2. O. O 


40 


John Leavitts 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. O 


4i 


Richard Dolloff 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. O 


42 


Joel Lord 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. O. O 


43 


Leonard Weeks 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. O. O 


44 


Robert Crimbal 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. O 


45 


Elijah Wiggin 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. O. 


46 


Andrew Cate 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. O 


47 


Joseph Dolloff 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. O. O 


48 


William Lucy 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. O. O 


49 


Ezekiel Holman 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. O. O 


50 


Thomas Lord 


do 


do 


2. CO 


do 


2. O. O 


51 


Wheelar Burleigh 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. O. O 


52 


Joseph Kinnison 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. O 


53 


Benj a Perkins 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. O. O 


54 


Natha 11 Wadleigh 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. O. O 


55 


Samuel Kinnison 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. O. O 


56 


Samuel Hambleton 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. O. O 


57 


Jedediah Weeks 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. 0. O 


58 


Samuel Jonson 


do 


do 


2.0 O 


do 


2. O. O 


59 


William Chelsea 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. O. O 


60 


Perry Hardy 


do 


Decern y e 13 


2.0.0 


24 Days 


1. 16. 2 


61 


William Burkins 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


do 


2. O. O 


62 


David Eala 

Total Sum Due 


do 
do 


do 


2.0-0 


do 


2. 0. O 
£136.13.11 



A True Roll P r Mark Wiggin Cap* 

Jan y 13 th 1777 Examined per Pierse Long C° 

State of Newhampshire Portsmouth January the 13 th Day 1777 — 

Then Cap* Mark Wiggin appeared and made Solemn Oath to the 
truth of the within Pay Roll by him Subscribed 

Before H Wentworth Just Peace 

Commissioned Officers 18.16 — 

mo days 

Serjeants 3 — ^48^ 4.16 — 

Corporals fife & Drum 6 — fa) 44^ 13. 4 — 

privates 49 24 (a) 40^ 99. 1 2 — 

Travel for J Robinson o. 1. 9 

for P. Hardy 4. 2 



D ( 



£136.13.11 



494 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



i month Advance pay to 42 men to 7 Feb 7 1777. 
Mileage on their March to Ticonderoga 



Allowance for waggons 



83.12.- 
24.10. 8 

£244.10. 7 
24.1S. 8 

£269. 7. 3 



[2-290] 



[ Captain Natha?i Brown 's Co.~\ 



A Pay Role of Cap 1 Nathan Browns Company in Co 1 Longs Riger 
ment from Decern 1 " 7 th 1776 to January y e 7 th 1777 



MENS NAMES 


Station 


when Pay 
Commd 


Pr month 


time in 
Service 


wages Due 








£ S 






Nathan Brown 


Cap 


Decem r 7 th 


08 00 


I Moth 


0S.0.0 


moses Barnard 


Lieu 4 


ditto 7 th 


05 oS 


1 do 


05.8.0 


Matt w Bryant 


Lieu* 


do 7 th 


05 oS 


1 do 


05.8.0 


Tim- V tilton 


Ensign 


do 7 


04 00 


1 do 


04.2.0 


Zac h Clefford 


Serg 1 


do 7 


02 08 


1 do 


02.8.0 


Josiah Blake 


Serg* 


do 7 


02 08 


1 do 


02.8.0 


Israel Ingalls 


Serg 1 


do 7 


02 08 


1 do 


02.8.0 


Benj 11 Bell 


Serg* 


do 7 


02 08 


1 do 


02.8.0 


Josiah Allen 


Corp 1 


do 7 


2 04 


1 do 


02.4.0 


David Dunken 


Corp 1 


do 7 


2 04 


1 do 


02.4.0 


Luke Shepherd 


Corp 1 


do 7 


2 04 


1 do 


02.4.0 


W m Shannon 


Corp 1 


do 7 


2 4 


1 do 


02.4.0 


Hunken faxen 


fifer 


do 7 


2 5 


1 do 


02.4.0 


Sam 11 fogg 


Drum 1 


do 7 


2 5 


1 do 


02.4.0 


Benj 11 Swain 


Private 


do 7 


2 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Josiah Bean 


do 


do 7 


2 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Benf Hoyt 


do 


do 7 


2 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Sam 11 White 


do 


do 7 


2 


1 do 


02.0.0 


W m Gregory 


do 


do 7 


2 


1 do 


02.0.0 


James Mullen 


do 


do 7 


2 


1 do 


02.0.0 


W m Hoyt 


do 


do 7 


2 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Aaron Burbank 


do 


do 7 


2 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Daniel Silley 


do 


do 7 


2 


1 do 


02.0.0 


W m Neal 


do 


do 7 


2 


1 do 


02.0.0 


John Shannen 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Josi h magoon 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Sam 11 Stuart 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Benj" Brown 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Richard Critchet 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


David Sanborn 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



495 



MENS NAMES 


Station 


when pay 
Commd 


Pr Month 


time in 
Service 


wages Due 








£ S 






David Hunt 


Private 


Decern 1 " 7 th 


2. 


I Moth 


02.0.0 


Benj n Straw 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Noah Greley 


do 


do 7 


2. 


i do 


02.0.0 


John trefetherin 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Surples Marrs 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Lazarus Row 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Charles Skinner 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Eben r forgerson 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Moses Long 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Rich d Sanborn 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Jon 11 Patch 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Sam 1 Patch 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Nelson Grant 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02. 0.O 


Rich d Yeaton 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


W m Bennet 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Tho s Colcord 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Green tilton 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


John Sleeper 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Jer h woodman 


do 


do 7 


2. 


1 do 


02.0.0 


Paul Lambert 


do 


Decern 1 " 16 


2. 


22 Days 


OI.7.4 


Tho 8 Shannen 


do 


do 23 


2. 


15 Days 


OI. O.O 


Jam 5 Worster 


do 


Jan y 6 th 


2. 


8 Day 


OO.I.4 
£ll8.0.8 


A True Ro 


11 






Nathan 


Brown 



January 13 th 1777 

Commissioned officers 

Serjeants 

Corp 1 Drum & fife 

privates 



Examined per Pierse Long C° 

22.16 - 

mo days 

4 o (a) 483- 9.12 - 

6 o (a) 445 13. 4 - 

36 8 fa) 40s 72.18.8 



1 months Advance pay to 24 men to 7 Feb 7 1777 — 
Mileage on their march to Ticonderoga 



Allowance for Waggons 



£118. 


0.8 


50. 


4.0 


19. 


4- 


£187. 


8.8 


19. 


4.0 



£206.12.8 



496 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[2-291] \_Captain "John Brewster's Co.~\ 

A Pay Roll of Capt John Brewsters Company In Collonel Longs Reg- 
iment from Dec' 7 th to Janu' 7 th 1777 



MEN'S NAMES 




pay Com- 


V 


0) 

"> 
c c 






a 


5 v 


ages 
Mon 


£ _ 


09 

oco 






£ 


£ 


H 


_£_ 








£Sd 






John Brewster 


Cap' 


Deer 8th 


8.0.0 


1 Month 


8.0.0 


Paul Nute 


I st Lieu 4 


do 


5.8.0 


Ditto 


5.8.0 


Jacob Daniels 


2 d Lieu' 


do 


5.8.0 


Ditto 


5.8.0 


John Bergin 


Ensign 


do 


4.0.0 


Ditto 


4. 0. 


Jam 8 Butler 


Serjeant 


do 


2.8.0 


Ditto 


2.8.0 


John Demeret 


Ditto 


do 


2.8.0 


Ditto 


2.8.0 


Stephen Berrey 


Ditto 


do 


2.8.0 


Ditto 


2. 8.0 


Enoch Burnham 


Ditto 


do 


2.8.0 


Ditto 


2. 8.0 


Benjamin Hoyt 


Corporal 


do 


2.4.0 


Ditto 


2. 4. 


Jam 8 Tuttle 


Ditto 


do 


2.4.0 


Ditto 


2. 4. 


Jam 8 Colman 


Ditto 


do 


2.4.0 


Ditto 


2. 4. 


Stephen Roberts 


Ditto 


do 


2.4.0 


Ditto 


2. 4. 


Anthony N Rollings 


Drumr 


do 


2.4.0 


Ditto 


2. 4. 


John Cutt 


Fifer 


do 


2.4.0 


Ditto 


2.4.0 


Sam 1 Richards 


Private 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Moses Rawlings 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Amos Spincer 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Henry Buzzel 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


David Daniels 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Charles Ricker 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Thomas Gerrish 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2 0. 


Connor Pitman 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Thomas Clements 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Thomas Cook 


do 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Daniel Jackson 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Reuben Ricker 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Jam s Chritchet 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


John Whitehouse 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Andrew Tuttle 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Stephen Henderson 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


John Richards 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Edward Peavy 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Michael Suddrick 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Isaac Lebby 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Abraham Runels 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


Thomas Kineson 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 


William Hart 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2.0.0 


John Willey 


Ditto 


do 1 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



497 







S 
o 
u 


J-H 


o 
*> 


3 


MEN'S NAMES 






<u 


CO "J3 

« § 


"X3 








ea ^ 




<u CO 




& 


t~ 


£ 


H 


& 






£Sd 






William Roberts 


Private 


Deer 8th 


2.0.0 


i Month 


2. O.O 


Daniel Foss 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. 0.0 


Amos Hays 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


Ephraim Daniels 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


Richard Doer 


Ditto 


do 


2.0. 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


Jacob Hossom 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


John Tuttle 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


Jonathan Daniels 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


Lemuel Perkins 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


Phillip Tibbets 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


Gilbert Perkins 


Ditto 


do 


2.0. 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


Phillip Cooper 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


John Whitehouse Junr 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


Benjamin Furbish 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


Abner Young 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


Abraham Morrison 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


Israel Huckins 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


Solomon Harford 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


Joseph Daniels 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


Theophilus Drew 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


Reuben Chesley 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


AMos Place 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 


2. O.O 


George Ricker 


Ditto 


do 


2.0.0 


Ditto 
Ballance 


2. O.O 




I35.I2.0 



Per Peirse Long C° 



A True Role — J onn Brewster 

January 14, 1777 Examined — 
Commissioned Officers 

m° days 
Serjeants 4 (a) 485 



Corporals Drum & fife 
privates 



6 

45 



(a) 



44^ 



fa) 405 



22.16 — 

9.12 

*3- 4 - 
90. o - 



1 month Advance pay to 31 men to 7 Feb y 1777" 
Mileage on their march to Ticonderoga — 



Allowance for waggons 



£135- 
63. 

26. 


12 

4 

2. 


8 


£224. 

26. 


18. 
2. 


8 
8 



36 



251- i- 4 



498 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[The foregoing regiment was organized on the continental basis, 
and marched to reinforce the garrison at Ticonderoga in February, 
1777-— Ed.] 

[2-292] \_Colonel Long's Soldiers — Orders for Pay.~\ 

New Castle Jan 7 6 th 1777. 
To Noah Emery Jun r Paymaster of the Troops in the Continental Ser- 
vice under the Command of Coin Pierce Long 

S r Please to pay to the Bearer, Cap' Abraham Perkins the full of the 
Wages and travel money due to us the Subscribers, to the 7 th Day of 
December past, as will appear on a Pay Roll Presented by Cap 1 Perkins 

1 Caleb Hodgdon ^ 1 • X o- 1 

& 31 Tobias X Ricker 






3 Tobias Laighton 

4 Samuel Stacpole 

5 John Starbord 

6 John Neal 

7 Ebenezer Adams 

8 Samuel Tuttle 

9 Simeon Rawlins 
10 

11 Joseph Adams 

12 Ebeneser Hanson 

13 David Nason 

14 Henry Bell 

15 Isaac Pridham 

16 Stephen Runels 

17 Samuel Wentworth 

his 

18 Jonas -|- Ricker 

mark 

19 Epraim Tebbets 

20 Richard Hodgson 

21 Jotham Nute 

22 Matthew mellem 

his 

23 Amos X Kenny 

> nark 

24 Josiah Chase 

25 Hanson Hodgdon 

26 John Taylor 

27 Nathan Roberts 

28 Thomas Rymes 

29 William Butler 

his 

30 Samuel X Robarts 



32 

his 

33 John X Collins 

mark 

34 John Butler 

his 

35 Isaac X Nute 

mark 

36 Eliekim Bickford 

37 William Brotten 

38 Samuel Todd 

39 James Edgerley 

40 William Brasebridge 

41 John young 

his 

42 John -J- Dore 

mark 
his 

43 Robart -\- Husse 

mark 

44 Michael Ryan 

45 

46 Patrick Tobyne 

his 

47 Benjamin X Piner 

mark 
his 

48 Jonathan X Door 

mark 

49 Dudley Gil. Adams 

50 Samuel Bickford 

51 John Mooney 

52 Timothy Gerrish 

53 James Boyce 

54 Ichabod Butler 

55 Daniel Paul 

56 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



499 



Exeter January 8 th 1777* Receiv d of Nicholas Gilman Esq r One hun- 
dred & Twenty One pounds Eleven shillings & One penny Lawfull 
money which is in full for the ballance due on my Roll (Excepting Sam- 
uel Chesley's Wages) 

per Abraham Perkins 



[2-293] [ Colonel Pieise Long's Regiment. Receipts for Advance 

Pay.~\ 

State of New Hampshire Portsm. Jan y 14 th 1777 

We the subscribers non Commissioned Officers & Soldiers belonging 
to the New Hampshire Regiment under the Command of Col Peirse 
Long in the Continental Service, do acknowledge to have Received of 
Noah Emery Jun r Paymaster to said Regiment, The Several Sums here- 
in Set against Each of our Names being for one Months Advance pay 
from the Seventh of Jan ry Instant to the Seventh of Feb' y next, And we 
do severally promise & Engage that in Case any of us Should Enlist into 
the Continental Service on the New Establishment, before the said 
Seventh day of Feb ry next, That Such Sums by us Respectively Received 
and not then due to us Respectively Shall be Accounted for by us Re- 
spectively, as Part of our Bounty or Wages in the said Continental Es- 
tablishment — 

Witness our hands 





Names in Capt Ebenr Bearing's 












Compy of Artillery 


Quality 


Sums 


, Reed 




I 


John Underwood 


Serjeant 


£2. 


IO. O 


John underw r ood 


2 


John Dennett 


d° 


2. 


IO. O 




3 


Simeon Akerman 


d° 


2. 


IO.O 


Simeon Akarman 


4 


John Barter 


Corporal 


2. 


5.O 




5 


John Griffin 


d° 


2. 


5-o 


John Griffin 


6 


George Loud 


d° 


2. 


5.0 


george Loud 


7 


William Dearing 


Drum 1 " 


2. 


5.0 


William Dearing 


S 


Theoder Furnald 


Fifer 


2. 


5-o 




9 


Pelatiah Barter 


Private 


2. 


1 - 




10 


Samuel Yeaton 


d° 


2. 


1 - 


Samuel yeaton 


11 


Samuel Morrison 


d° 


2. 


1 - 


Samuel Morrison 


12 


William Gale 


d° 


2. 


1 - 




l 3 


John Read 


d° 


2. 


1 - 




H 


Benjamin March 


d° 


2. 


1 - 


Benjamin March 


15 


John Akerman 


d° 


2. 


1 - 


John akerman 


16 


Benjamin Akerman 


d° 


2. 


1 - 


Benjamin Akarman 


J 7 


Benjamin Thomson 


d° 


2. 


1 - 




iS 


Josiah Brooks 


d° 


2. 


1 - 





50o 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 





Names in Capt Ebenr Dealing's 












Compy of Artillery 


Quality 


Sums 


Reed 




l 9 


John Leach 


Private 


£2. 


I - 




20 


[torn] 


d° 


2. 


I - 




21 


Joseph B — [torn] 


d° 


2. 


I - 




22 


Samuel [torn] 


d° 


2. 


I - 




2 3 


William Stephens 


d° 


2. 


I - 




24 Samuel Hodgdon 


d° 


2. 


I - 




2^ 


Elliot Dearing 


d° 


2. 


I - 


Elliot Dearing 


26 


John Stood ley 


d° 


2. 


I - 


John Stoodly 


27 


John Bartlet 


d° 


2. 


I - 


John Bartlett 


28 


William Lear 










29 


Thomas Mead 


d° 


2. 


I - 


Thomas mead 


3° 


Nicholas Caverly 


d° 


2. 


I - 


Nicholas Caverly 


3 1 


Lemuel Marston 


d° 


2. 


I - 


Lemuel Marston 


3 3 


Benning Slooper 


d° 


2. 


I - 


Benning Sloper 


33 


Lawrence Ellis 


d° 


2. 


I - 


Lazarus Ellis 


31 


Phillip Barker 










35 


Robert Holmes 


d° 


2. 


I - 


Robert Holmes 


36 


John Archibald 


d° 


2. 


I.O 


John Archbell 


37 


Elihu Weeks 


d° 


2. 


I.O 




3 8 


Samuel Weeks 


d° 


2. 


I.O 




39 


Samuel Billings 


d° 


2. 


I.O 




40 


William Gerrish 


d° 


2. 


I.O 




4< 


William Briard 










42 


Noah Akerman 


d° 


2. 


I.O 


Noah X Akerman 

maik 


43 


David Wood house 


d° 


2. 


I.O 


David Woodd 


44 


Nicholas Bufford 


d° 


2. 


I.O 




4^ 


Samuel Odiorne 


d° 


2. 


I.O 




46 


Joshua Phenix 


d° 


2. 


I.O 




47 


Robert Drout 


d° 


2. 


I.O 


Robert Drout 


48 


James Brotten 


d° 


2. 


I.O 


James Brotten 



[2-294] 



[ Captain Calfe\ 



Co., Long's Rcgi?nent.~\ 



State of New Hampshire Portsm Jan y 14 th 1777. — 

We the Subscribers non Commissioned Officers and Soldiers belonging 
to the New Hampshire Regiment under the Command of Col Peirce 
Long in the Continental Service, do acknowledge to have received of 
Noah Emery Jun r Paymaster to said Regiment The Several Sums herein 
Set Against Each of our Names, being for One Months Advance Pay 
from the Seventh of Jan ry Instant to the Seventh of Feb ry next. And we 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



50I 



do Severally promise & Engage that in Case any of us Should Enlist into 
the Continental Service on the New Establishment before the said 
Seventh day of Feb ry next, That such Sums by us respectively Receiv'd 
and not then due to us respectively Shall be Accounted for by us Re- 
spectively, as part of Our bounty or wages in the said Continental Es- 
tablishment 

Witness Our hands 



Names in Capt John Calfe's Company 



I 


Amos Stevens 


Serjeant 


£2.8.0 


27 


Job Foss 


Private 


£2-- 


2 


Richard Goss 


do 


2.8.0 


28 


Michael Worthin 


do 


2 


3 


John Smith 


do 


2.8.0 


29 


John Richardson 


do 


2 — 


4 


Enoch Richardson 


Corpor'l 


2.4.0 


3° 


Richard Blake 


do 


2-- 


5 


Samuel Knowles 


do 


2.4.0 


3 1 


James Rendal 


do 


2 — 


6 


Abraham Carter 


do 


2.4.0 


3 2 


John Blasdel 


do 


2 — 


7 


Theophilus Goodwin 


do 


2.4.0 


33 


John Lear 


do 


2 — 


8 


Moses Hunt 


fifer 


2.4.0 


34 


James Rendal 


do 


2 — 


9 


Jonathan Goodwin 


Private 


2.0.0 


35 


Richard Lock 


do 


2-- 


10 


Nathaniel Tucker 


do 


2 — 


36 


Edward Treddick 


do 


2 — 


11 


Nathan Clough 


do 


2 — 


37 


John Rand 


do 


2 — 


12 


William Griffith 


do 


2--- 


38 


Stephen Larey 


do 


2 — 


l 3 


Thomas Foy 


do 


2-- 


39 


William Trundy Jur. 


do 


2 -- 


14 


Samuel Libbey 


do 


2 — 


40 


John Trefethern 


do 


2 — 


15 


Joshua Lock 


do 


2 


41 


John Norton 


do 


2 — 


16 


William Goudy 


do 


2 — 


42 


Samuel Odiorne 


do 


2 — 


17 


Nathaniel Lear 


do 


2 — 


43 


Andrew Witcher 


do 


2 -- 


18 


John Emmons for ) 
James Libbey J 






44 


William Gould 


do 


2 — 




do 


2 — 


45 


Elias Tarleton 


do 


2 — 


x 9 


Moses Atwood 


do 


2 — 


46 


Levi Woodman 


do 


2 — 


20 


John Clark 


do 


2 -- 


47 


Joshua Neil 


do 


2-- 


21 


Samuel Johnston 


do 


2 -- 


48 


Paul Rendal 


do 


2 -- 


22 


Stephen Sawyer 


do 


2 -- 


49 


Samuel Goudy 


do 


2 — 


2 3 


Levi Wallace 


do 


2 — 


5° 


Jos. True Eaton 


do 


2 — 


24 


Moses Williams 


do 


2 — 


5 r 


Harvey Langmaid 


do 


2 — 


2 5 


Seco Barnard 


do 


2 — 


5 2 


John Marden 


do 


2 — 


26 


Benjamin Farley 


do 


2 — 


53 


George Sanders 


do 


2 — 



[2-295] [Captain Perkins's Co., Long's Regiment. ~\ 

State of New Hampshire Portsm Jan ry 14 th 1777. — 

We the subscribers non Commissioned Officers and Soldiers belonging 
to the New Hampshire Regiment under the Command of Col Peirce 
Long in the Continental Service, do Acknowledge to have receiv'd of 
Noah Emery Jun r Paymaster to said Regiment the Several Sums herein 
Set Against Each of our names, being for one Months Advance pay 
from the Seventh of Jan ry Instant to the Seventh of Feb ry next, And we 
do Severally promise & Engage that in Case any of us should Enlist into 
the Continental Service on the New Establishment before the said 
Seventh day of Feb ry Next, That Such Sums by us Respectively received 



502 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



and not then due to us respectively Shall be Accounted for by us Re- 
spectively, as part of our bounty or wages in the said Continental Estab- 
lishment 

Witness our hands. — 









u 








-a 





Names in Capt Abrahm 








Names in Capt Abrahm 









Perkins's Compy 


a 


C/5 




Perkins's Compy 


3 


C/5 






3 


J: 






& 


3 
en 


i 


John Neal 


Serjeant 


2.8.0 


20 


Samuel Roberts 


Private 


£2 


2 


Ebenezer Adams 


do 


2.8.0 


2 1 


Tobias Ricker 


do 


2 


3 


Samuel Tuttle 


do 


2.8.0 


22 


John Collings 


do 


2 


4 


Simeon Rawlings 


do 


2.8.0 


! 2 3 


John Butler 


do 


2 


5 


Timothy Corson 


Corp'l 


2.4.0 


l 2 4 


Isaac Nute 


do 


2 


6 


Joseph Adams 


do 


2.4.0 


25 


William Broton 


do 


2 


7 


Ebenezer Hanson 


do 


2.4.0 


26 


Samuel Todd 


do 


2 


8 


David Nason 


do 


2.4.0 


27 


James Edgerly 


do 


2 


9 


Isaac Pitman 


Private 


2.0.0 


28 


William Brasbey 


do 


2 


10 


James Ricker 


do 


2 — 


! 2 9 


John Young 


do 


2 


1 1 


Samuel Wentworth 


do 


2.0.0 


|3o 


John Dore 


do 


2 


12 


Ephraim Tibbets 


do 


2.0.0 


I3 1 


Robert Hussey 


do 


2 


13 


Richard Hodgdon 


do 


2.0.0 


y- 


Michael Ryan 


do 


2 


r 4 


Jotham Nute 


do 


2 — 


33 


Jonathan Dore 


do 


2 


15 


Amos Kenney 


do 


2 — 


34 


Dudley Adams 


do 


2 


1 6 


Josiah Chase 


ko 


2 — 


35 


James Boyes 


do 


2 


17 


John Taylor 


do 


2-- 


36 


Ichabod Butler 


do 


2 


18 


Nathan Roberts 


do 


2 — 


137 


Daniel Paul 


do 


2 


19 


William Butler 


do 


2-- 


38 


Ebenezer Cromwell 


do 


2 



[2-296] [Captain Mark Wiggiit s Co., Lo?tg's Regiment. .] 
State of New Hampshire Portsm Jan ry 14 th 1777. 

We the subscribers non Commissioned Officers and Soldiers belonging 
to the New Hampshire Regiment under the Command of Col Peirce 
Long in the Continental Service do Acknowledge to have received of 
Noah Emery Jun r Pay Master to Said Regiment The Several Sums 
herein Set against Each of Our Names, being for One Months Advance 
pay from the Seventh of Jan ry Instant to the Seventh of February next. 
And we do Severally promise & Engage that in Case any of us Should 
Enlist into the Continental Service on the New Establishment before the 
Said Seventh day of Feb 17 next, That such sums by us respectively re- 
ceived and not then due to us respectively Shall be accounted for by us 
respectively, as part of Our bounty or Wages in the said Continental 
Establishment — 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Witness Our hands 



503 





Names in Capt. Mark Wiggin's 










Compy. 


Quality 


Sum receiv'd 




I 


Thomas Robinson 


Serjeant 


£2.8.0 


Thomas Robinson 


2 


Walter Wiggin 


d° 


2.8.0 


Walter Wiggin 


3 


Jeremiah Robinson 


d° 


2.S.O 


Jeremiah Robinson 


4 


John Goss 


Corporal 


2.4.O 


John goss 


5 


Samuel Elkins 


d° 


2.4.O 


Samuel Elkins 


6 


Nathan Blake 


d° 


2.4.O 


Nathan Blake 


7 


James Gorden 


Private 


2.0.0 


James gorden 


8 


Joseph Thurstin 


d° 


2 


his 

Joseph X Thurstin 

mark 

Witness John goss 


9 


Jonathan Allen 


d° 


2 


Jonathan Allen 

his 


10 


Josiah Allen 


d° 


2 


Josiah X Allen Witness 

mvtrk 

Thomas Brackett 


ii 


Robert Rollins 


d° 


2 


his 

Robert X Rowlings 

mark 

Witness Jane Emery 


12 


Nicholas Marriner 


d° 


2 


Nich 1 X Marriner 

mark 

Witness Joseph Cram 


13 


Joel Judkins 


d° 


2 


Joel Judkins 


H 


Stephen Leavitt 


d° 


2 


Stephen leavitt 


J 5 


Joseph Jennis 


d° 


2 


Joseph ginniss 


16 


Benjamin Fox 


d° 


2 


Ben m fox 


J 7 


Judah Hackett 


d° 


2 


Judah hacket 


18 


Samuel Cram 


d° 


2 


Samuel Cram 


l 9 


Theophilus Norris 


d° 


2 


Theophilus Norris 


20 


Samuel Goss 


Corporal 


2.4- 


Samuel goss 


21 


John Robinson 


Private 


2 




22 


Eliphas Read 


d° 


2 


Eliphas Reed 


2 3 


Daniel Rollins 


d° 


2 




24 


Richard Dollar 


d° 


2 


richard dollof 


25 


Joel Lord 


d° 


2 


Joel Loud 


26 


Leonard Weeks 


d° 


2 


Leonard X Weeks Wit- 
mark 
ness Thomas Brackett 


27 


Robert Kimball 


d° 


2 




28 


Andrew Cate 


d° 


2 




29 


Thomas Lord 


d° 


2 


Thomas Lord 


3° 


Wheelar Burleigh 


d° 


2 


Wheeler Burly 


3i 


Joseph Kennison 


d° 


2 


Joseph Kennison 



504 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 





Names in Capt. Mark Wiggin's 










Compy. 


Quality 


Sum receiv'd 












hi» 


3 2 


Benjamin Perkins 


Private 


£2-- 


Benjamin X Perkins 

mark 

Witness Jane Emery 


33 


Samuel Kennison 


d° 


2 


Samuel kennison 


34 


Samuel Hambleton 


d° 


2 


discharged 


35 


Jedediah Weeks 


d° 


2 


Jedidiah Weeks 


36 


Samuel Johnston 


d° 


2 


samuel Johnson 


37 


William Chelsea 


d° 


2-- 


his 

William X Chelsea 

mark 

Witness Jane Emery 


33 


Perry Hardie 


d° 


2 


Perry X Hardie 

mark 

W r itness Jane Emery 


39 


William Perkins 


d° 


2 


William purkins 


40 


David Eda 


d° 


2 


Daved ela 


4 1 


Moses Sanborn 


d° 


2 


moses sanborn 


42 


Simon Winslow 


d° 


2 


Simon winslow 


43 


Nathaniel Wadleigh 


d° 


2 




44 


Elijah Wiggin 


d° 


2 


Elijah Wiggin 


45 


Gordon Burleigh 


d° 


2 




46 


Josiah Sanborn 


d° 


2 


his 

Josiah X Sanborn 

nwrk 

Witness Jane Emery 


47 


Joseph Sparks 


d° 


2 


Joseph Sparkes 


48 


John Leavitt 


d° 


2 


John Leavitt 


49 


William Lucy 


d° 


2 


William Lucy 



D 



-297] [Captain John Brewster's Co., Long's Regiment. ~\ 



State of New Hampshire Portsm Jan ry 13 th 1777 — 
We the subscribers non Commissioned Officers & Soldiers belonging 
to the New Hampshire Regiment under the Command of Col Peirce 
Long in the Continental Service do acknowledge to have received of 
Noah Emery Jun r Paymaster to said Regiment The several Sums herein 
set Against Each of Our names, being for one month's Advance Pay 
from the Seventh of Jan ry Instant to the Seventh of Feb ry next. And we 
do Severally Promise & Engage that in Case any of us Should Enlist 
into the Continental Service on the New Establishment before the said 
seventh day of Feb ry next, That Such Sums by us respectively received 
and not then due to us respectively Shall be Accounted for by us — Re- 
spectively, as part of our bounty or wages in the said Continental Estab- 
lishment 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 
Witness our hands 



505 



Names in Capt John Brewsters Compy 



I 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 

15 
16 



i7 

18 

*9 
20 

21 

22 

2 3 
24 

26 

27 
28 
29 

3° 
3 1 



3 2 



James Butler 
John Demeritt 
Enoch Burnham 
Stephen Berry 
Benjamin Hoight 
James Coleman 
Stephen Roberts 

Ant y Nutter Rollings 



John Cutts 
Samuel Richards 
Moses Rawlings 
Amos Spencer 
David Daniels 
Charles Ricker 
Thomas Gerrish 

Conner Pitman 



Thomas Clements 

Thomas Cook 
Daniel Jackson 
Reuben Ricker 
James Critchet 
John Whitehouse 
Andrew Tuttle 
Stephen Henderson 
John Richards 
Amos Place 
George Ricker 
Isaac Libbey 
Abraham Runnels 
Thomas Kennison 



John Willey 



William Roberts 



Quality- 


Sums 
Received 


Serjeant 
do 


2.8.0 
2.8.0 


do 


2.8.0 


do 


2.S.O 


Corporal 


2.4.O 


do 


2.4.O 


do 


2.4.O 


Drum r 


2.4.O 


Fifer 


2.4.O 


Private 


2.0.0 


do 


2 — — 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 


do 


2 



Stephen Berry 
Benjamin Hoyt 
James Coleman 
Stephen Roberts 

his 

Ant y X Nutter Rollings 

mark 

Witness John Bergin 

Samuel Richards 
moses Rollings 
amos Spencer 

Thomas gerrish 

his 

Conner X Pitman 

mark 

Witness Tobias Laighton 

his 

Thomas X Clements 

mark 

Witness John Bergin 



Reuben ricker 
James Critchet 
John Whitehouse 

Stephen Henderson 
John Richards 
amos place 
George Ricker 
Isaac Libby 



John X Willey 

mark 

Witness John Bergin 

his 

William X Roberts 

mark 

Witness John Bergin 



506 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Names in Capt John Brewsters Compy 


Quality 


Sums 
Received 




33 


Daniel Foss 


do 


2 




34 


Amos Hayes 


do 


2 


Amos Hayes 


35 


Ephraim Daniels 


do 


2 


Ephraim Daniels 


36 


Jacob Horsom 


do 


2 


Jacob Hossom 


37 


John Tuttle 


do 


2 


nis 

John X Tuttle 

mark 

Witness John Dudley 


38 


Jonathan Daniels 


do 


2 




39 


Philip Tibbets 


do 


2 - - 




40 


Robert Cole 


do 


2 




41 


John Whitehouse Ju r 


do 





his 

John X Whitehouse Ju r 

mark 

Witness John Dudley 


42 


Benjamin Furbish 


do 


2 




43 


Abner Young 


do 


2 


Abner young 


44 


Abraham Morrison 


do 


2 


Abraham Morrison 


45 


Israel Huckins 


do 


2 


Israel huckins 


46 


Solomon Harford 


do 


2 




47 


Joseph Daniels 


do 


2 


Joseph Daniels 


48 


Theophilus Drew 


do 


2 




49 


Michael Shedrick 


do 


2 


michael Sudrick 



[2-298] [Captain Nathan Brown's Co., Long's Regiment.^ 

State of New Hampshire Portsm Jan ry 13 th 1777 

We the Subscribers non Commissioned Officers & Soldiers belonging 
to the New Hampshire Regm* under the Command of Col Peirce Long 
in the Continental Service, do acknowledge to have Receivd of Noah 
Emery Jun r Pay Master to Said Regiment the Several Sums herein Set 
Against Each of Our names being for One Months Advance pay from 
the Seventh of Jan ry Instant to the Seventh of Feb ry next. And we do 
Severally promise & Engage that in Case any of us Should Enlist into 
the Continental Service on the new Establishment before the said Seventh 
day of Feb ry next, That Such Sums by us Respectively Received and not 
then due to us Respectively, Shall be Accounted for by us Respectively, 
as part of our Bounty or wages in the Said Continental Establishment — 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



So; 



Witness our hands — 



Names in Capt Nathan Browns Corny 



7 
8 

9 
io 
ii 

12 

J 3 
H 

i5 
16 

■I 

18 

l 9 
20 

21 

22 



2 3 

24 

26 

27 

28 

29 
30 

3 1 



Zachariah Clifford 
Israel Ingalls 
Benjamin Bell 
Josiah Allen 

Luke Sheppard 

William Shannon 
Samuel Fogg 
Hunking Faxon 
Samuel White 
William Gregory 
James Mullin 
William Hoight 
Aaron Burbank 
Josiah Magoon 
Samuel Stewart 
Benjamin Brown 
Richard Critchet 
David Sanborn 
David Hunt 
Noah Greeley 
Benjamin Straw 

Lazarus Row 

Charles Skinner 
Moses Long 
Richard Sanborn 
Jonathan Patch 

Samuel Patch 

Nelson Grant 

Richard Yeaton 
William Bennet 

John Sleeper 



Quality- 


Sums 
reed 




£ 


Serjeant 


2.8.0 


d° 


2.8.0 


d° 


2.8.0 


Corp 1 


2.4.0 


d° 


2.4.0 


d° 


2.4.0 


Drum' 


2.4.0 


Fifer 


2.4.0 


Private 


2.0.0 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 


d° 


2 — 



Zechariah Clifford 
Israel Ingalls 
Benj a Bell 
Josiah Allen 

Luke X Sheperd 

mark 

Witness Jn° Macclure 
William Shannon 
Samuel fogg 
Hunking Faxson 
Samuel White 
W T illiam Gregory 
James Mullin 



Josiah magoon 
Samue L Stuart 
Benj a Brown 



Lazarus X Rowe 

maik 

Witness Jane Emery 

Richard Sanborn 
Jonathan patch 

his 

Samuel X Patch 

mark 

Witness Jn° Macclure 
Nelson Grant his mark 
X Witness Jn° Macclure 

his 

William X Bennet 

mark 

Witness J° Macclure 



5o8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Names in Capt Nathan Browns Corny 



3 2 

33 
34 
35 
36 



Thomas Colcord 

Thomas Shannon 
James Ryan 
Green Tilton 
Josiah Bean 



Quality 



d° 

d° 
d° 
d° 



Sums 
reed 



Thomas X Colcord 
Witness J° Macclure 
Thomas Shannon 

green Tilton 
Josiah Bean 



[2-299] \_Captai?z Timothy Clement's Co., Long's Regiment. ~\ 

State of New Hamp r Port 8 Jan? 14 th 1777 
We the subscribers non Commissioned Officers & Soldiers belonging 
to the New Hampshire Regiment under the Command of Col Peirce 
Long in the Continental Service, do acknowledge to have Received of 
Noah Emery Jun r Pay Master to said Regiment the Several Sums herein 
Set Against Each of our Names, being for one months Advance pay 
from the Seventh of Jan ry Instant to the Seventh of Feb ry next. And we 
do severally promise & Engage that in Case any of us Should Enlist into 
the Continental Service on the New Establishment before the said Seventh 
day of Feb ry next, that Such sums by us Respectively Received and not 
then due to us Respectively Shall be Accounted for by us respectively, 
as part of our bounty or wages in the said Continental Establishment — 

Witness our hands — 



Names in Capt Tim- 


£ 


C 4) 


Names in Capt Tim- 


>> 


S u 


othy Clements Corny 


3 


I* 


othy Clements Corny 


3 

a- 


T 


Moses Darling 


Serjeant 


2. 8.0 


16 


William Kelley 


Private 


2 


2 


Abner Kies 


do 


2. 8.0 


17 


James Weymouth 


do 


2 


s 


Edward Chapman 


do 


2. 8.0 


18 


Joseph Bean 


do 


2 


4 


William TaggertQM 


do 


2.14.0 


IQ 


Nathaniel Pearson 


do 


2 


■> 


Josiah Towl 


Corporal 


2. 4.0 


20 


Joseph French 


do 


2 


6 


Ebenezer Ball 


do 


2. 4.0 


21 


Simeon Hains 


do 


2 


7 


Dudley Gilman 


do 


2. 4.0 


22 


Nathan Stevens 


do 


2 


8 


John Shaw 


Drumr 


2. 4.0 


2,3 


Samuel Powel 


do 


2 


Q 


Joseph Palmer 


Private 


2. 0.0 


24 


Joseph Taggert 


do 


2 


IO 


Noah Wedwood 


do 


2 — 


2S 


Learned Cummings 


do 


2 


II 


Jabez Felch 


do 


2 — 


26 


Stephen Powers 


no 


2 — — 


12 


Nicholas Felch 


do 


2 — 


27 


Reuben Martin 


do 


2 


n 


Thomas Newton 


do 


2 — — 


28 


Jacob Martin 


do 


2 


14 


Andrew M c Intyer 


do 


2 — 


2Q 


Samuel Martin 


do 


2 


15 


Joseph Chapman 


do 


2 — 


30 


William Gould 


do 


2 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



509 



Names in Capt Tim- 


& 


w 


Names in Capt Tim- 


>, 


3P4 


othy Clements Corny 


13 

3 


othy Clements Corny 


3 




<y 


CO 




C^ 


CO 


3 1 


Daniel Blasdel 


Private 


2 


45 


Enoch Spaldwin 


Private 


2 


3 2 


Ebenezer Currier 


do 


2 


46 


Abner Clough 


do 


2 


33 


Gordon Freese 


do 


2 


47 


Jabez French 


do 


2 


34 


David Page 


do 


2 


48 


James Sanborn 


do 


2 


35 


James Cilley 


do 


2 


49 


Isaac Shattuck 


do 


2 


36 


Jacob Hunt 


do 


2 


50 


Nathaniel Wheate 


do 


2 


37 


Richard Hopkins 


do 


2 


5i 


Caleb Farley 


do 


2 


38 


David Fisk 


do 


2 


52 


Herculas Towns 


do 


2 


39 


William Powell 


do 


2 


53 


Caleb Brown 


do 


2 


40 


Jonathan Cilley 


do 


2 


54 


Samuel Wooster 


do 


2 


4i 


Joseph Peirce 


do 


2 


55 


Thomas Veasey 


do 


2 


42 


David French 


do 


2 


56 


Isaac Clements 


do 


2 


43 


John Marden Johnson 


do 


2 


57 


Samuel Veasey 


do 


2 


44 


Levi Morrill 


do 


2 











[2-300] ^Abstract of the Companies in Colonel Long's Regiment, in 
part, as mustered for their march to Ticonderoga, ifff '.] 

Abstract of that part of the non commissioned Officers & Privates in 
the Regiment Commanded by Col Peirse Long in the Continental Ser- 
vice who have received from the State of New Hampshire One Months 
Advance pay from 7 th January 1777 to 7 th February Following & travel 
Money from New Castle to Charlestown N° 4, 128 Miles (a) 3 d per Mile 
is 325 Each 



5io 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 





a 

a 

bjO 


tA 

u 

O 


t/3 

S- 


> 










O 

u 


Q 


d^ 






Capt Mark Wiggin's Compy 
Capt John Brewster's do 
Capt John Calfe's do 
Capt Abraham Perkins's do 
Capt Nathan Brown's do 
Capt Timothy Clements do 


2 
I 

2 

3 
3 


4 
3 
2 
2 
3 






2 


35 
26 

17 
10 
16 

40 


1 1 Serjeants (a) 48J 
14 Corporals 44J 
3 Drs & Fifers 44J 
144 Privates 40J 
Artillery 
1 Serjeant 


£26 80 

30 16 

6120 

288 

2 10 




ii 


H 


3 


144 


1 Corporal 


250 


Capt Ebenr Dearings CompJ^ 


i i 


1 18 


1 Drumr 

18 Privates (a) 41^ 


250 


of Artillery ) 


12 15 


4 162 


36 18 






4 
15 
12 


£395.14.0 


Travel money for 




193 Men (a) 32J Each 


308.16 


To the Paymaster for horse hire 


!& 


Exp 


enc 


5S, Pc 


lying the Regiment 


11 



Exeter March 1st 1777 
Errors Excepted 



£715.10 o 
Noah Emery Junr Pay Master 



Add to Cap* Dearing's Company of Artillery the following — Persons 
who were afterwards paid their Advance wages & Travel Money 



Simeon Akarman Serg 1 

George Loud Corp 1 

Thomas Mead Private 

Travel Money for them 325 Each 



2 10 o 

2 50 
210 
4160 



£11 120 
March 5 1777 — rec d & Paid the Above 

N° Emery P. M. 



[COLONEL LONG'S REGIMENT, 

As paid advance wages for their march to Ticonderoga.] 
[2-301] [Captain Abraham Perkins's Co.'] 

A Pay Role For That part of the non commissioned Officers & Sol- 
diers (off Cap. Abraham Perkins Comp y In the New Hampshire Regi- 
ment Comm d by Col Pierse Long, In the Continental Service,) Who are 
fit to March to Ticonderoga, being for One m° Adv e pay, from the 7 Jan y 
to the 7 Feb y 1777 — 



N o 



John Neal 
Eben r Adams 
Samuel Tuttle 
Simeon Rawlins 
Timothy Corson 
Joseph Adams 
Eben r Hanson 
David Nason 
Isaac Pritam 
James Ricker 
Sam 1 Wentworth 
Ephraim Tibbets 
Richard Hodgdon 
Jotham Nute 
Amos Kenney 
Josiah Chase 
John Taylor 
Nathan Roberts 
William Butler 



Sergent 


280 


20 


do 


280 


21 


do 


280 


22 


do 


280 


23 


Corporal 


240 


24 


do 


240 


2q 


do 


240 


26 


do 


240 


27 


Private 


200 


28 


do 


200 


29 


do 


200 


30 


do 


200 


si 


do 


200 


32 


do 


200 


33 


do 


200 


34 


do 


200 


3^ 


do 


200 


36 


do 


200 


37 


do 


200 


3B 



Samuel Roberts 
Tobias Ricker 
John Collings 
John Butler 
Isaac Nute 
William Broton 
Sam 1 Todd 
James Edgerly 
William Brasbey 
John Young 
John Dore 
Rob* Hussey 
Michael Ryan 
Jonathan Dore 
Dudley Adams 
James Boyes 
Ichabud Butler 
Daniel Paul 
Ebenezer Cromwell 



Private 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



January 13 th 1777. The Above is a True Role 
January 13, 1777 



Abraham Perkins Cap* 
Examined by Pierse Long C° 



[2-302] 



[Captain Dearmg's Company.] 



A Pay Role For that part of the Non Commissioned Officers & Sol- 
diers (Off Cap* Eben r Dearings Comp y of Artillery In the New Hamp- 
shire Regim* Comm d by Col Pierse Long, In the Continental Service) 
Who are fit to March to Ticonderoga, being for one m° Advance pay, 
from the 7 Jan y To the 7 of Feb y 1777 — 



512 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



N° i 


John Underwood 


Sergent 


2 


10 o 


25 


Elliot Dearing 




2 1 


2 


John Dennett 


do 


2 


IO 


26 


John Stoodley 




2 1 


3 


Simeon Akerman 


do 


2 


IO 


27 


John Bartlet 




2 1 


4 


John Barter 


Corporal 


2 


5 ° 


28 


William Lear 




2 1 


5 


John Griffin 


do 


2 


5 o 


29 


Thorn 8 Mead 




2 1 


6 


George Loud 


do 


2 


5 o 


30 


Niclv 3 Caverly 




2 1 


7 


William Dearing 


Drum 1- 


2 


5 o 


31 


Samuel Marston 




2 1 


8 


Theodore Furnald 


fifer 


2 


5 o 


32 


Benning Slooper 




2 1 


9 


Pelitiah Barter 


Private 


2 


I o 


33 


Laurance Ellis 




2 1 


10 


Samuel Yeaton 


do 


2 


I 


34 


Robert Holmes 




2 1 


ii 


Samuel Morrison 


do 


2 


I 


35 


Phillip Barker 




2 1 


12 


William Gail 


do 


2 


I 


36 


John Archibald 




2 1 


13 


John Read 


do 


2 


I o 


37 


Elihu Weeks 




2 1 


14 


Benj n March 


do 


2 


I o 


38 


Samuel Weeks 




2 1 


15 


John Akerman 


do 


2 


I o 


39 


Samuel Billings 




210 


16 


Benj n Akerman 


do 


2 


I o 


40 


William Gerrish 




2 1 


17 


Benj n Thompson 


do 


2 


I o 


4i 


William Briard 




2 1 


18 


Josiah Brooks 


do 


2 


I 


42 


Noah Akerman 




2 1 


J 9 


John Leach 


do 


2 


I 


43 


David Woodhouse 




2 1 


20 


Rob 1 Briard 


do 


2 


I o 


44 


Nicholas Bufford 




2 1 a 


21 


Joseph Beal 


do 


2 


I o 


45 


Sam 1 Odiorne 




2 1 


22 


Samuel Twead 


do 


2 


I 


46 


Joshua Phenix 




2 1 


23 


william Stephens 




2 


I o 


47 


Robert Drout 




2 1 


24 


Sam 1 Hodgdon 




2 


I 


48 


James Broton 




2 1 



This is a True Roll Ebenezer Dearing Cap 4 
Examined Jan y 13** 1777 



Pierse Long C° 



[2-303] 



[Captain Clemen fs Co.~] 



A Pay Role For that part of the Non Commissioned Officers & Sol- 
diers (Off Capt" Timothy Clements C° In the New Hampshire Regim* 
Comm d by Col Pierse Long, In the Continental Service) Who are fit to 
March to Ticonderoga, being for one M° Advance pay, from the 7 th Jan y 
To the 7 th Febuary 1777 — 



N° 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 
n 



Moses Darling 
Abner Kies 
Ed m d Chapman 
William TaggertO r M' 
Josiah Toal 
Eben r Ball 
Dudley Gilman 
John Shaw 
Joseph Palmer 
Noah Wedgwood 
Jabez Felch 



Serpent 


2 80 


I »l 


do 


2 80 


*3 


do 


2 80 


14 


do 


2 140 


15 


Coporal 


240 


16 


do 


240 


17 


do 


2 40 


1.8 


drummer 


240 


19 


private 


200 


20 


do 


200 


21 


do 


2 ool 


22 



Nich s Felch 
Thorn 8 Newton 
Andrew M c Intire 
Joseph Chapman 
William Kelley 
James Weymouth 
Joseph Bean 
Nath 1 Pearson 
Joseph French 
Simeon Haines 
Nathan Stevens 



private 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



513 



N° 23 


Samuel Powell 


private 


200 


4i 


Joseph Pearce 


private 


200 


24 


Joseph Taggert 


do 


200 


42 


David French 


do 


200 


25 


Learned Cummings 


do 


200 


43 


John Marden Johnston 


do 


200 


26 


Stephen Powers 


do 


200 


44 


Levi Morril 


do 


200 


27 


Reuben Martin 


do 


200 


45 


Enoch Spaldwin 


do 


200 


28 


Jacob Martin 


do 


200 


46 


Abner Clough 


do 


200 


29 


Sam 1 Martin 


do 


200 


47 


Jabez French 


do 


200 


3° 


William Gould 


do 


200 


48 


James Sanborn 


do 


200 


3 1 


Dan 1 Blasdel 


do 


200 


49 


Isaac Shattuck 


do 


200 


3 2 


Eben r Currier 


do 


200 


50 


Nath 1 Wheate 


do 


200 


33 


Gordon Freese 


do 


200 


5i 


Caleb Farley 


do 


200 


34 


David Page 


do 


200 


52 


Harculas Towns 


do 


200 


35 


James Scilley 


do 


200 


53 


Caleb Brown 


do 


200 


36 


Jacob Hunt 


do 


200 


54 


Sam 1 Wooster 


do 


200 


37 


Richard Hopkins 


do 


200 


55 


Thomas Veasey 


do 


200 


38 


David Fish 


do 


200 


56 


Isaac Clements 


do 


200 


39 


William Powell 


do 


200 


57 


Samuel Veasey 


do 


200 


40 


Jonathan Scilley 


do 


200 











January 13 th 1 777 The aDove is a True Role 
January 13 th 1 777 



Tim Clements, Cap* 
Examined per Pierse Long C° 



[2-3°4] 



Charlestown Feb y y e 23 d 1777 — 



A Return of the Men in my Comp a in Col Longs Regement who have 
not apeared to March for — Ticonderoga, Viz : 

Names Places of Abode 



Sargent W m Taggart 

Sargent Ed d Chapman 

Dimmer John Shaw 

Samuel Veasey 
Simon Dearborn 
Joseph Palmer 
John Marden Johnson 
Noah Wedgwood 
Thomas Veasey 
Andrew M c Entire 
Joseph Taggart 
Nicholas Felch 
Jonath 11 Selley 
Jabesh Felch 
Jacob Hunt 
James Selley 
Jacob Martin 
37 



Hillsborough 
Eppen 

D° 

D° 

D° 

D° 

D° 
Newmarket 
Frybourgh 
New Boston 
Hillsborough 
Seabrook 

D° 

D° 

D° 
Salsbury Massachusetts Bay 
Weare 



5H 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Two of the above Number I am Informed have Inlisted into the Ser- 
vice during y e war or for three Years Since we Left Newcastle and were 
under Voluntier Marching orders and therefore expect that they will be 
taken Notice of as well as the Rest who Refuse to march — 

Tim Clements Cap* 



[2-305] 



\_Captai7i Calf J s Co. - ] 



A Pay Role, for that part of the Non Commissioned Officers and Sol- 
diers (Off Cap* John Calfs Comp y In the New Hampshire Reg* Com- 
mand 01 by Col Pierse Long, In the Continental Service) Who are fit to 
March to Ticonderoga being for one M° advance pay, from the 7 th Jan 7 
To the 7 th Feb 7 1777. 



N° 1 


A Stevens 


Sergent 


280 


28 


Michael Worthen 


private 


200 


2 


B Goss 


do 


280 


29 


John Richardson 


do 


200 


3 


J Smith 


do 


280 


30 


Richard Blake 


do 


200 


4 


E Richardson 


Corp 1 


240 


3i 


James Randal 


do 


200 


5 


S Knowles 


do 


240 


32 


John Blasdell 


do 


200 


6 


A Carter 


do 


240 


33 


John Lear 


do 


200 


7 


Theophilus Goodwin 


do 


240 


34 


James Randall 


do 


200 


8 


Moses Hunt 


fifer 


240 


35 


Richard Lock 


do 


200 


9 


Jon a Goodwin 


private 


200 


36 


Edward Treddick 


do 


200 


10 


Nath 1 Tucker 


do 


200 


37 


John Rand 
Stephen Layrey 


do 


200 


11 


Nathan Clous;h 


do 


200 


38 


do 


200 


12 


William Griffith 


do 


200 


39 


William Trundy Jun r 


do 


200 


l 3 


Thom s Foy 


do 


200 


40 


Jn° Trefethern 


do 


200 


14 


Samuel Libbey 


do 


200 


4i 


John Norton 


do 


200 


15 


Joshua Lock 


do 


200 


42 


Sam 1 Odiorne 


do 


200 


16 


William Goudy 


do 


200 


43 


Andrew Wicker 


do 


200 


17 


Nathan 1 Lear 


do 


200 


44 


William Gold 


do 


200 


18 


James Libbey 


do 


200 


45 


Elias Tarlton 


do 


200 


l 9 


Moses Atwood 


do 


200 


46 


Levi Woodman 


do 


200 


10 


John Clarke 


do 


200 


47 


Joseph Neil 


do 


200 


21 


Sam 1 Johnston 


do 


200 


48 


Paul Randall 


do 


200 


22 


Stephen Sawyer 


do 


200 


49 


Sam 1 Gowdy 


do 


200 


2 3 


Levi Wallace 


do 


200 


50 


Jos : True Eaton 


do 


200 


24 


Moses Williams 


do 


200 


Si 


Henry Langmaid 


do 


200 


25 


Seco Barnard 


do 


200 


52 


John Mardin 


do 


200 


26 


Benj 11 Farley 


do 


200 


53 


George Sanders 


do 


200 


27 


Job Foss 


do 


200 











January 13 th 1777. The above is a True Role. 



January 13 th 1 777* Examined per 



John Calfe Cap* 



Pierse Lono- C c 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



515 



[2-306] 



[ Cap tain Wiggiris Co.~\ 



A Pay Role For That part of the Non Commissioned Officers & Sol- 
diers (of Cap* Mark Wiggins C° In the N Hamp r Regiment Comm d by 
Col Pierse Long in the Continental Service) who are Fit to march to 
Ticonderoga, being for One Months Advance Pay from the 7 th Jan ry to 
the 7 th Feb ry 1777. 



I 


Thomas Robertson 


Serg 1 


280 


26 


Leonard Weeks 


Private 


2 


2 


Walter Wiggins 


do 


280 


27 


Rob* Kimbal 


do 


2 


3 


Jeremiah Robinson 


do 


280 


28 


Andrew Cate 


do 


2 


4 


John Goss 


Corpor 1 


240 


29 


Thomas Lord 


do 


2 


5 


Samuel Elkins 


do 


240 


30 


Whelar Burleigh 


do 


2 


6 


Nathan Blake 


do 


240 


3i 


Joseph Kennison 


do 


2 


7 


James Gorden 


Private 


200 


32 


Benjamin Perkins 


do 


2 


8 


Joseph Thurstin 


do 


2 


33 


Samuel Kennison 


do 


2 


9 


Jonathan Allen 


do 


2 


34 


Samuel Hambleton* 


do 


2 


10 


Josiah Allen 


do 


2 


35 


Jedediah Weeks 


do 


2 


11 


Robert Rollins 


do 


2 


36 


Samuel Johnston 


do 


2 


12 


Nicholas Marriner 


do 


2 


37 


William Chelsea 


do 


2 


13 


Joel Judkins 


do 


2 


38 


Perry Hardy 


do 


2 


14 


Stephen Leavit 


do 


2 


39 


William Perkins 


do 


2 


15 


Joseph Jennis 


do 


2 


40 


David Ela 


do 


2 


16 


Benjamin Fox 


do 


2 


4i 


Moses Sanborn 


do 


2 


17 


Judah Hackett 


do 


2 


42 


Samuel Winslow 


do 


2 


18 


Samuel Cram 


do 


2 


43 


Nathaniel Wadleigh 


do 


2 


19 


Theophilas Norris 


do 


2 


44 


Elijah Wiggin 


do 


2 


20 


Samuel Goss 


Cop r 


240 


45 


Gorden Burleigh 


do 


2 


21 


John Robinson 


do 


2 


46 


Josiah Sanborn 


do 


2 


22 


Eliphas Read 


do 


2 


47 


Joseph Sparks 


do 


2 


23 


Daniel Rollins 


do 


2 


48 


John Leavitt 


do 


2 


24 


Richard Dollar 


Private 


2 


49 


William Lucy 


do 


2 


25 


Joel Lord 


do 


2 




Deduct Sam 11 Ham 


Dleton 





The above is a True Roll January y e 14 th 1777. 

Pr Mark Wiggin Cap* 
January 13 th 1777 

Examined per Pierse Long 



Discharged by a certificate from the doctor. 



5 i6 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[2-307] 



[Captain Brown's Co.'] 



A Pay Role For that part of the Non Commissioned Officers and Sol- 
diers (Off Capt n Nathan Brown's Company In the New Hampshire Reg- 
im* Comm d by Col Pierse Long, In the Continental Service) Who are fit 
to March to Ticonderoga, being for One M° Advance pay, from the 7 th 
January To the 7 th Febuary, 1777- 



N°i 


Zachariah Clifford 


Sergent 


280 


19 


David Hunt 


private 


200 


2 


Israel Ingols 


do 


280 


20 


Noah Greely 


do 


200 


3 


Benjamin Bell 


do 


280 


21 


Benj n Straw 


do 


200 


4 


Josiah Allen 


Corp 


240 


22 


Lazerus Row 


do 


200 


5 


Luke Sheppard 


do 


240 


23 


Charles Skinner 


do 


200 


6 


William Shannon 


do 


240 


24 


Moses Long 


do 


200 


7 


Sam 1 Fogg 


Drumm r 


240 


25 


Rich d Sanborn 


do 


200 


8 


Hunk'g Faxon 


Fifer 


240 


26 


Jonathan Patch 


do 


200 


9 


Sam 1 White 


private 


200 


27 


Sam 1 Patch 


do 


200 


10 


William Gregory 


do 


200 


28 


Nelson Grant 


do 


200 


11 


James Mullen 


do 


200 


29 


Richard Yeaton 


do 


200 


12 


William Hoight 


do 


200 


3° 


William Bennett 


do 


200 


13 


Aron Burbank 


do 


200 


3 1 


John Sleeper 


do 


200 


14 


Josiah Magoon 


do 


200 


32 


Thomas Colcord 


do 


200 


15 


Sam 1 Stewart 


do 


200 


33 


Thomas Shannon 


do 


200 


16 


Benj n Brown 


do 


200 


34 


James Ryan 


do 


200 


17 


Richard Critchet 


do 


200 


35 


Green Tilton 


do 


200 


18 


David Sanborn 


do 


200 


36 


Josiah Bean 


do 


200 



January 13 th 1776 [1777] The above is a True Role 

Nathan Brown Cap* 
January 13 th 1777 

Examined per Pierse Long C° 



[2-308] [ Captain Brewster's Co.] 

A Pay Role For that part of the Non commissioned Officers & Sol- 
diers (Off Cap* John Brewsters Comp y In the New Hampshire Reg* 
Comm d by Col Pierse Long, In the Continental Service) Who are fit to 
March to Ticonderoga, being for one m° Advance Pay, from the 7 th of 
Jan y To the 7 th of Febuary 1777 — 



N° 1 James Butler 
2 Jn° Demerit 
3JEnoch Burnham 

4 Stephen Benney 

5 Benjamin Hoight 

6 James Coleman 

7 Stephen Roberts 



Serg< 


280 


8 


do 


280 


9 


do 


280 


10 


do 


280 


11 


Coporal 


240 


12 


do 


240 


13 


do 


240 


14 



Anty Nutt r Rollings 
John Cutts 
Sam 1 Richards 
iMoses Rawlins 
Amos Spencer 
David Daniels 
Charles Ricker 



Drum. 

fifer 
private 

do 

do 

do 

do 



240 
240 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200- 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



517 



N< 



15 
16 

17 
18 

19 

20 
21 

22 

23 
24 

25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
3i 
32 



Thorn 8 Gerrish 
Connor Pitman 
Thomas Clements 
Thomas Cook 
Daniel Jackson 
Reuben Ricker 
James Critchett 
John Whitehouse 
Andrew Tuttle 
Stephen Henderson 
John Richards 
Amos Place 
George Ricker 
Isaac Libbey 
Abrah m Runnels 
Thorn 8 Kennison 
John Willey 
William Roberts 



private 


200 


33 


do 


200 


34 


do 


200 


3=; 


do 


200 


36 


do 


200 


37 


do 


200 


38 


do 


200 


39 


do 


200 


40 


do 


200 


41 


do 


200 


42 


do 


200 


43 


do 


200 


44 


do 


200 


4S 


do 


200 


46 


do 


200 


47 


do 


200 


48 


do 


200 


49 


do 


200 





Daniel Foss 
Amos Hayes 
Ephraim Daniels 
Jacob Horsam 
John Tuttle 
Jonath 11 Daniels 
Phillip Tibbets 
Rob* Cole 

Jn° Whitehouse Jun 1 
Benj. Furbish 
Abner Young 
Abrah m Morrison 
Israel Huchins 
Solomon Harford 
Joseph Daniels 
Theophilus Drew 
Michael Sudrick 



private 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 



January 13 th 1 777* ^ ne Above is a True Role 

Examined per Pierse Long C° 

[2-309] [Captain Brewster's Return.'] 

Cap 1 John Brewsters Return of Those Soldiers who Refused to March 
atthe place and day of Rendezvous as Per his Return made 22 d Jan y 1777 



Jn° Demerit 


Barrington 


John Whitehouse 


Dover 


James Butler 


do 


Andrew Tuttle 


do 


Henry Buzzel 


do 


Stephen Henderson 


do 


David Daniels 


do 


George Ricker 


do 


Conner Pitman 


do 


Charles Whitehouse 


do 


Daniel Foss 


do 


Michael Sudrick 


do 


Ephraim Daniels 


do 


John Willey 


do 


Jon a Daniels 


do 


John Tuttle 


do 


Enoch Burnham 


Rochester 


John Whitehouse Jun r 


do 


Benjamin Hoight 


do 


Daniel Jackson 


Madbury 


James Coleman 


do 


James Critchett 


do 


Sam 1 Richards 


do 


Israel Huckings 


do 


Moses Rollings 


do 


Theophilus Drew 


do 


Amos Spencer 


do 


Abraham Runnels 


New Durham 


Charles Ricker 


do 


Thomas Kennison 


do 


John Richards 


do 


John Cutts 


Portsmouth 


Amos Place 


do 


Jacob Harsom 


Labanon 


Isaac Libbey 


do 


Philip Tibbets 


do 


Anthony Rollings 


do 


Benjamin Furbish 


do 


Amos Hayes 


do 


Abner Young 


do 


Stephen Roberts 


Dover 


Solomon Harford 


do 


Thomas Clements 


do 


Thomas Gerrish Sick at 


Madbury 


Thomas Cook 
Reuben Ricker 


do 
do 




Portsmouth 





5i8 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



[2-310] 



[Captain Perkins's Return.~\ 



Capt n Abraham Perkins Return of those Soldiers Who Refused to 
March — as Per Return made 



Ebenezer Adams 


New Ingtown 


Amos Kinney 


Somersworth 


Samuel Tuttle 


Dover 


Nathan Roberts 


do 


Ephraim Tibbets 


do 


Sam 1 Roberts 


do 


Jotham Nute 


do 


1 Tobias Vicar or Ricker 


do 


Isaac Nute 


do 


Daniel Paul 


do 


Timothy Corson 


Rochester 


Josiah Chase 


Stratham 


Samuel Wentworth 


do 


'John Taylor 


do 


Joseph Adams 


New Ingtown 


' John Collins 


Durham 


Richard Hodgdon 


do 


t James Edgerly 


do 


William Brassbridge 


do 


Michael Ryan 


do 


Dudley Adams 


do 


(Ebenezer Cromwell 


do 


David Nason 


Berwick 


William Broughton 


Kittery 


William Butler 


do 


Samuel Todd 


do 


John Butler 


do 


| John Young 


Labanon 


James Boyce 


do 


ijohn Dore 


do 


Icabud Butler 


do 


j Robert Hussey 


do 


James Ricker 


Somersworth 


Jonathan Dore 

1 


do 



[2-310] 



\_Captain Dearing's Return.~\ 



Cap* Dearings Returns of Such as Refused to March, and are on board 
the Raleigh 



John Underwood 


Portsm 





Josiah Brooks 


Kittery 


John Griffin 


do 


Raleigh 


John Leach 


do 


George Lord 


do 


Raleigh 


Robert Briar 


do Raleigh 


Nich s Bufford 


do 


do 


Joseph Beal 


do 


Theodore Furnald 


do 


do 


Samuel Twead 


do 


Samuel Yeaton 


do 




W m Stevens Jun 


do Raleigh 


W m Gale 


do 




Elisha Weeks 


do 


Benjamin March 


do 




Sam 1 Billings 


do 


John Akerman 


do 


Raleigh 


Sam 1 Weeks Jun' 


do 


Benjamin Thompson 


do 




William Gerrish Jun r 


do 


Thomas Meads 


do 




W m Briard 


do 


John Archbald 


do 




Samuel Odiorne 


do Raleigh 


Benjamin Akerman 


do 




Josh a Fener 


do 


Noah Akerman 


do 




Lemuel Marston 


Greenland 


James Broughton 


do 


Raleigh 


Philip Barker 


do 


John Barter 


Kittery do 


John Bartlet 


Portsm 


Peletiah Barter 


do 


do 


1 





REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



519 



[2-313] 



[ Captains Calfe's and Brown's Returns. .] 



A Return of Soldiers Who have not Marched for Ticonderoga belong- 
ing to the Company as follows : Being all that are Returned To the 
Commanding Officer at the time of his Marching Feb y 25 th 1777. 



Nathaniel Tucker, Rye 
Moses Hunt, Ipping 
Richard Black Kittery 
William Gowdy New Castle 
Edward Treddick d° 
John Rand 
Stephen Lawry 
W m Trundy Jun r 
Sam 1 Odiorne 
Elias Tarelton 
Sam 1 Gowdy 
Henry Langmaid 



d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 
d° 



O 

sa 



1 l-l-v 



Israel Ingals Sandown 
Josiah Allen Allenstown 
Sam 1 Fogg Raymond 
Sam 1 White d° 
Arron Burbank Allenstown 
Richard Critchet, Newmarket 
Noah Greely Brintwood 
Moses Long Sandown 
Jonathan Patch Kittery 
Sam 1 Patch d° 

Nelson Grant 
John Sleeper Sandown 
James Ryan Portsmouth 

Many of the Above I am informed are inlisted for Three years — 

PLong 

Simeon Akerman who is Eraced out Above, is Collecting Some of the 
above Soldiers Together, and will March of with them. 

Thomas Mead is lame, but will march as soon as he can walk 



O 

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ET 
ja 

td 

O 
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c 



[2-3 11 ] 



[Brewster's Co. Additional Pay- Roll. ~\ 



An Abstract of a Pay Roll of Cap* John Brewsters Company for 
Seven men for one months Wages from the Seventh Day of January to 
the Seventh Day of february 1777 Cap* Brewster having Drawed our 
travel money from New Castle to Charlestown N° four before he marched 
in Coll Long 8 Regiment of Noah Emery Ju r Paymaster for that Purpose 



520 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



Exeter March 17 th 1777 
We the Subscribers Do hereby acknowledge to have Received (of Geo 
Gains Special Paymaster) the Sum of two pounds in full for our Wages 
for one month from Jan ry 7 th to febry 7 th as belonging to Cap 1 John 
Brewsters Company in Col Peirce Longs Regiment 



Thomas Pierce in the Room 

& Stead of David Daniels 2-0-0 

his 

Thomas X Clements 2-0-0 



Henry X Buzzel 

mirk 
his 

Andrew X Turtle 



2-0-0 



2-0-0 



Thomas X Kinistone 

mark 



2-0-0 Charles X Ricker 

mark 



2-0-0 



Exeter March 17 th 1777 



12-0-0 



Attest 



Paul Nute 
Lieut of Said Brewster Company 



[2-312] [Perkins's Co. Additional."] 

Exeter March 17 th 1777 
We the Subscribers belonging to Cap* Abraham Perkins Company in 
Coll Peirce Longs Regiment do acknowledge to have Recived of Geo 
Gains Special Paymaster for Said Regim* the Sum of forty Shillings for 
one months Wages from the Seventh Day of Jan ry Last to the Seventh 
day of february also thirty two Shillings Lm y in full for travel money 
from New Castle to Charlestown N° four in our Way to ticonderoga 



Nathan Roberts 

his 

Samuel X Roberts 

mark 

James Boyce 



Wages travel 

2- O-O I-I2-0 

2- O-O I-I2-0 

2- O-O I-12-O 



6- 0-0 4-16 

4-16-O 



pd Cap 4 John Brewsters men 

deduct for Tho s Clements p d by N Em- 
ery jun 

Entered P d 



1 0-16-0 
12- 0-0 

£22-16-0 



£20-16-0 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 521 

[2-314] [Lieut. Wort hen's Receipt. ~\ 

Exeter Jan y 20 th 1777 

Received of Noah Emery Pay Master to Col Pierse Longs regiment 
Seventy three pounds Twelve Shillings lawful money per Cap* Mark 
Wiggin's order for the Travel money allow'd his Company Consisting of 
Forty six Non Commissioned officers & soldiers to be by me accounted 
for— 

Ezekiel Worthen I st Lieu* 



[COLONEL DAVID GILMAN'S REGIMENT. 
FINAL PAY-ROLLS.] 

[This regiment was enlisted in December, 1776, and remained in 
the service beyond the time for which the men were engaged, at the 
earnest request of General Sullivan. It participated in the battles 
of Trenton and Princeton, and did excellent service in both. At the 
battle on the 26th of December, which resulted in the capture of the 
Hessians at Trenton, New Jersey, this regiment was a portion of the 
right division, which was under the command of Major-General John 
Sullivan. The conduct of the New Hampshire and other New Eng- 
land troops on that occasion, and at Princeton on January 3, 1777, is 
set forth in the following extract from a letter from General Sullivan 
to Hon. Meshech Weare, dated Chatham, February 13, 1777: — Ed.] 

" I have been so full of Business that I could not find time to write ; 
but still I have a more weighty reason, which is, That I cannot give an 
account of a victory or defeat where I was an actor without saying some- 
thing for or against myself; & I have a great aversion to writing against 
myself & to write in favor would be evidence of a very suspicious kind. 
Indeed, I always had an aversion to fighting upon paper ; for I have 
never yet found a man well versed in that kind of fighting, that would 
practice any other. Perhaps you may want to know how your men (the 
Yankees) fight : I tell you exceeding well when they have proper offi- 
cers. I have been much pleased to see a day approaching to try the 
difference between Yankee cowardice & southern valour. The Day 
has or rather the days have arrived, and all the General Officers allowed 
& do allow that the Yankees cowardice assumes the shape of true valor 
in the field ; and the Southern valor appears to be a composition of 
boasting & conceit. General Washington made no scruple to say pub- 
licly the remains of the Eastern Regiments were the strength of his 
army, though then their numbers were comparatively speaking but 
small ; he calls them in front when the Enemy are there ; he sends them 
to the rear when the Enemy threatens that way ; all the general officers 
allow them to be the best of Troops. The Southern officers and soldiers 
allow it in times of danger, but not all other times. Believe me, Sir, the 
Yankees took Trentown before the other Troops knew anything of the 
matter more than that there was an engagement, and what will still sur- 
prise you more, the line that attacked the Town consisted of eight hun- 
dred Yankees & there was 1600 Hessians to oppose them. At Prince- 
town, when the 17 th Regt. had thrown 3500 southern militia into the ut- 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 523 

most confusion, a Regiment of Yankees restored the day. This General 
Mifflen confessed to me ; — though the Philadelphia papers tell us a differ- 
ent story. It seems to have been quite forgot, that while the 17 th Reg* 
was engaging those Troops that 600 Yankees had the Town to take ag 8t 
the 40 th & 55 th Reg ts which they did without loss owing to the manner of 
attack ; but enough of this ; I don't wish to reflect ; — but beg leave to 
assure you that Newspapers & even Letters don't always speak the truth. 
You may venture to assure your friends that no men fight better or write 
worse than the Yankees, of which this Letter will be good evidence. 
Dear Sir I am with much esteem, your most obed* serv* 

Jn° Sullivan 
" Hon ble Meshech Weare, Esq." 



524 



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Additional Wages of twenty shillings per Month for two months and 
eight days of Cap' Francis Towns Comp y in Col David Gilmans Reg* 
from Jan y 5 th to March 12 th 1777 — 

4 Serjeants 
4 Corporals 
41 Privates 

49. 2 Months and 8 days (a) 205 per Month is 4454 each £111.1.4 

Errors Excepted per 

Francis Towne Cap* 
Exeter April 9 th 1777. 

The Committee on Claims have exam d the above Account amounting 
to one hundred and eleven pounds one shilling and four pence and find it 
right Cast. 

(signd) Josiah Gilman Jun r in behalf of the Com tee 

In the House of Representatives April 9 th 1777. — 
The above abstract was sworn to by Cap 1 Francis Towne — 

Attest N Emery Cl k D R 

State of New Hampshire Exeter April 9 th 1777* 

To the hon Nich 6 Gilman Esq 1- Treasurer — 

In pursuance of a Vote of the General Assembly of this days date pay 
to Cap* Francis Towne one hundred & eleven pounds one shilling and 
four pence the balance due on this Pay Roll — 

M Weare President — 

Received the above mentioned sum of one hundred & eleven pounds 
i<r4 d in full. — 

Francis Towne Cap* 
Copy Examined per N Parker 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 



527 



£3-5] [Additional Pay-Roil of Captain Walker's Co.~\ 

An Additional Pay Roll of 205- per Month for Cap William Walkers 
Comp y in Col David Gilmans Reg* raised by the State of New Hamp- 
shire to reinforce the Continental Army at State of New York from 5 
Dec 1776 to 15 th Mar following 





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Benjamin Wright 




2.6.8 


Isaac Stearns 






2.6.8 


John Hale 




2.6.8 


Peter Sleeper 






2.6.8 


Joseph Greele 




2.6.8 


James Rolf 






2.6.8 


Azel Blodgett 




2.6.8 


Zachariah Richardson 






2.6.8 


William Cummins 




2.6.8 


John Lawrence 






2.6.8 


Jon a Stevens 




2.6.8 


Henry Snow 






2.6.8 


John Whittaker 




2.6.8 


Solomon Blood 






2.6.8 


Samuel Woods 




2.6.8 


Levi Fletcher 






2.6.8 


Jonathan Cochran 




2.6.8 


Josiah Fellows 






2.6.8 


Jacob Curtiss 




2.6.8 


Ebenezer Keyes 






2.6.8 


Roger Dutton 




2.6.8 


William Powers 






2.6.8 


Isaac Curtiss 




2.6.8 


Isaac Clifford 






2.6.8 


Ebenezer Odell 




2.6.8 


Joseph Wheat 






2.6.8 


Daniel Barker 




2.6.8 


David Brown 






2.6.8 


Stephen Gould 




2.6.8 


Jonah Chapman 






2.6.8 


Jacob Adams 




2.6.8 


Jon a Crawford 






2.6.8 


Jonathan Hartshorn 




2.6.8 


George Kentfield 






2.6.8 


Abiel Holt 




2.6.8 


Jeremiah Quimby 






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Silas Swallow 




2.6.8 


Samuel Hodge 






2.6.8 


Phineas Whitney 




2.6.8 


Jacob Whittemore 






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Joseph Dix 




2.6.8 


Rendell M c Donnel 






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William Parker 




2.6.8 


Samuel Johnson 






2.6.8 


Joseph Barron 




2.6.8 


John Godfrey 






2.6.8 


Solomon Hutchinson 




2.6.8 


Jonathan Hobart 






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Ebenezer Townsend 






2.6.8 






125.6.8 



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attest W m Walker Cap* 



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ex d per Jn° Taylor Gilman one of the Committee on Claims — 

State of New Hampshire June 26 th 1777. 
pursuant to a vote of Council and Assembly pay the within Roll of 



528 REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Cap W m Walker amount 5 to one hundred and twenty one pounds six 
shillings & 8 d — 

M Weare President 
Rec d for 

Jn° Godfree S Johnson J Curtiss 

G Kennifield E Townsend J Wheat 

J Whittemore J Hobart S Woods 

J Ralph B. Wright Silas Swallow 

R M c Donnell P Whitney Sol n Hutchings 

Z Richardson W Cummings Jacob Curtice 

[£2, 65, 8 d each. Whole amount £42.0.0.] 

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W m Powers J Quimby P Sleeper 

David Brown J Fellows 

[£2,6.?,8 d each. Whole amount £n,i3s,4 d .] 

Per Francis Wooster 
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[£2,6^,8 d each. Whole amount £4,i35,4 d .] 

Per Amos Dakin 
Rec d for Jn° Cochran 2,6,8 per Moses Nichols 

Rec d for Isaac Stearns 2,6,8 per Jn° Goss 

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Eben Keyes H y Snow Jn° Crawford 

Sol Blood L Fletcher 



[£2,6^,8 d each. Whole amount £11,13,4.] 
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Rec d 2.6.8 Aug. 1, 1783 R. B. Wilkins 

Oct 10 th 17S3 Rec d two pounds six shillings and 8 d for Jn° Hale & 
Isaac Morrill each 

R. B. Wilkins 
A True Copy Ex d per N Parker 



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Pay Roll of 20^ per Month in additional to the Continental Pay Cap 
Daniel Gordons Company in Col David Gilmans Reg' raised by the 
State of New Hamp r and sent to reinforce the army at New York Dec r 
1776 — From Jan y 5 to March 15 1777, being two M° & eleven days & the 
addition to such of the Officers for their first months pay who were paid 
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James Wadleigh 


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Dav d Quimby 


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Simon Gilman 






2. 7.4 


Ab a Brown 


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John Folsom 






2. 7-4 


John M c Crellis 


do 


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Joseph Neal 






2. 7.4 


Zacharias Woodbury 


do 


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Levi Pickering 






2. 7.4 


William Blake 


do 


2.15.4 


Levi Colby 






2. 7.4 


Nath 1 Batchelder 


Corp 1 


2. 11. 4 


Caleb Chase 






2. 7.4 


Isaac Stevens 


do 


2. 11. 4 


Richard Griffin 






2. 7.4 


Joshua Easman 


do 


2. 11 .4 


Aaron Quimby 






2. 7.4 


Barth Gale 


private 


2. 7.4 


Nath 1 Gile _ 






2. 7.4 


David Fogg 


Fifer 


2. 11. 4 


Peter Herriman 






2. 7.4 


Philip Fowler 


Drum 


2. 11 .4 


John Jeffers 






2. 7.4 


Asa Marston 


Private 


2. 7.4 


Moses Knight 






2. 7.4 


Edw d Prescott 






2. 7.4 


Tho s French 






2. 7.4 


Nicolas Smith 






2. 7.4 


Caleb Knight 






2. 7.4 


Jonathan Thing 






2. 7.4 


Jeremiah Foster 






2. 7.4 


Nath 1 Rawlins 






2. 7.4 


Silas Wheeler 






2. 7.4 


Elijah Rollins 






2. 7.4 


1 Phineas Clough 






2. 7.4 


Moses Roberts 






2. 7.4 


Dav d Bussell 






2. 7.4 


Reuben Morgan 






2. 7.4 


Sam 1 Moody 






2. 7.4 


Sam 1 Burleigh 






2. 7.4 


Moses Jewett 






2. 7.4 


Zebulon Norris 






2. 7.4 


Sam 1 Smith 






2. 7.4 


Dav d Norris 






2. 7-4 


Thomas Wadleigh 






2. 7.4 


Eph Batchelder 






2. 7.4 


W m Richardson 






2. 7.4 


Sam 1 Daniels 






2. 7.4 


Joshua Bagley 






2. 7.4 


Nich 8 Leathers 






2. 7.4 


Timothy Heath 






2. 7.4 


Solomon Hayes 






2. 7.4 


Richard Hoit 






2. 7.4 


Daniel Torey 






2. 7.4 


Abra h Samborn 






2. 7.4 


Job Sherburne 






2. 7.4 


William Gregg 






2. 7 4 


Sam 1 Lawrence 






2. 7.4 


Joseph Woodman 






2. 7.4 


Josiah Calley 






2. 7.4 


James Buswell 






2. 7.4 


John Tucker 






2. 7.4 


Richard Fitz 






2. 7.4 


Jacob Smith 






2. 7.4 


William Shaw 






2. 7.4 


Jon a Thurston 






2. 7.4 


James Prince 






2. 7.4 


Paul Blake 






2. 7.4 


Isaac Shephard 






2. 7.4 


Joseph Bartlett 






2. 7.4 


James Moody 






2. 7.4 


John Prescott 






2. 7.4 















Total 




175. 8.8 



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This is a True Roll Dan 1 Gordon 

Sworn to before the Committee 

In Committee of Claims April 30th 1777 — 

The within Roll amounting to one hundred Seventy five pounds eight 
shillings & eight pence being compared with the Original Muster Rolls 
is found right — 

Joseph Gilman 

State of New Hampshire In Committee of Safety April 30th 1777 — 

To Nicholas Gilman Esq r R G. Pay the several persons named in 
the within Roll the sums set against their respective names the whole 
amounting to one hundred and seventy five pounds eight shillings and 
eight pence. — 

E Thompson Chairman 
A True Copy 

Ex d N Parker 



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